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Attached are .cue files for the 3 CDs of FS2 since some sites have the .bin files without the cues. Please note that the filename listed in the .cue MUST MATCH the filename of the .bin for it to work.Example!Code: [Select]FILE "disc1.bin" BINARY TRACK 01 MODE2/2352 INDEX 01 00:00:00.cue files are simply .txt files with the extention changed. Use notepad to edit them, not wordpad or anything fancy-pants that might sneakily add extra formatting characters.
FILE "disc1.bin" BINARY TRACK 01 MODE2/2352 INDEX 01 00:00:00
Instead of posting this, you could have looked at the post ahead of you and seen that there is a better way of doing this.just a suggestion...
Quote from: Turey on October 15, 2006, 02:40:39 amInstead of posting this, you could have looked at the post ahead of you and seen that there is a better way of doing this.just a suggestion....bin files are supposed to have matching .cue files. Just because _some_ CD burning or image mounting apps don't need the .cue file is no excuse to not provide them with the .bin! Not providing the .bin causes noobquestions such as "My CD burner says it can't find the .cue file!" As for WHY anyone still makes CD images this way instead of the .iso format... bin/cue is olde, goes back to the earliest days of CD burning. The ISO created the .iso image format to make things easier. There's not one #@#%@#% thing superior about bin/cue!
What's this fixed multiplayer tables stuff? I very much doubt you need those any more.
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