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Whoever made the .bin file, may have made it slightly too large to fit normally. There is a trick to make it fit: overburn. This means using part of the lead-out for data. The lead-out is the last part to be written to disc, marking the end. It is several megabytes large, hence the idea to use it beyond its intended use.

There are two drawbacks to this: it means disregarding built-in safety features and using the least reliable part of a disc. It is also not supported by Toast. Meaning you may have to find another burning app for this specific file.

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Whoever made the .bin file, may have made it slightly too large to fit normally. There is a trick to make it fit: overburn. This means using part of the lead-out for data. The lead-out is the last part to be written to disc, marking the end. It is several megabytes large, hence the idea to use it beyond its intended use.

There are two drawbacks to this: it means disregarding built-in safety features and using the least reliable part of a disc. It is also not supported by Toast. Meaning you may have to find another burning app for this specific file.

 

 

Do you know what software would do that?

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