.bin/.cue/.iso files

Jestermask

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A friend of mine wrote some CD's for me, backing up some of my hard-to-find software. Only problem is, he backed them up to the CD's as .bin/.cue, and some as .iso. I don't have a CD burner, so how can I "get" to these programs when I need to? Thanks.

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Tuffgong4

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isobuster is the best and very easy to use
 

Unleashed

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Jut use Daemon Tools, you dont have to do any exctracting or anything like that, and its freeware.
 

Johnny

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You can use daemon tools - It would work. If you use an extraction tool there is a chance that it won't all get out.

Other than that get your self a burner, they are relatively inexpensive now.
 

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