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.bin File Extraction


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I have two .BIN and .CUE files on a local hard drive created using Easy Media Creator 10 that I would like to extract. These files represent a complete Microsoft application (MapPoint 2004); however, I do not seem to be able to locate information about how to extract the data and use this application for which I have paid a considerable amount of money.

 

This would seem to be a simple enough operation; however, Creator 10 "Help" and Roxio's phone Support systems have offered no assistance... Who knows how to?

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I have two .BIN and .CUE files on a local hard drive created using Easy Media Creator 10 that I would like to extract. These files represent a complete Microsoft application (MapPoint 2004); however, I do not seem to be able to locate information about how to extract the data and use this application for which I have paid a considerable amount of money.

 

This would seem to be a simple enough operation; however, Creator 10 "Help" and Roxio's phone Support systems have offered no assistance... Who knows how to?

 

Did you try burning the files to a disc and runinng from there? BIN files are similar to ISO files in that they have everythign needed to run the files from a disc once burned.

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I'm not sure how something you've "paid a considerable amount of money for" has got locked up in a Creator 10 Bin/Cue set without you knowing how, but if you go to Creator Classic > Burn Disc from Image file and select the .CUE file you're after then Creator Classic will burn the image to a disc for you.

 

It IS in the help system. Here's what you get when you search in Creator 10 for "CUE"

 

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Cheers,

Brendon

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