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Old 03-08-2013, 09:25 PM   #7
taceon
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I understand that Dale. I was using windows software designed to open bin files to be able to view the data inside. I also tried to do an option that required you to create a .cue file to make the bin file then open as a virtual drive. That also did not work. It showed the drive but said it was unable to open. That is what lead me to believe the data is in a format possibly for linux and that is why windows wouldn't read it. It is a theory on my part.
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