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OK so you want to burn
a game, but have some questions. Here is the place to start
learning. There are 3 basic game disk image files. .cdi
files(discjuggler), .nrg(Nero), and .bin/.cue(CDRWin). these files
must be loaded into these programs to make the game.
Some of these files
are in compressed files called .zip or .rar (and on occasion, .ace) that
can be opened with a program like WinRAR or WinACE. once you get
these open and have the actual disk image file on your computer, then you
can use the burning program to burn the cd. There are a lot of
different types of burning programs out there, but these are a few of them
listed here by 2x and CYBER_MAD who can be found
almost daily in Direct Connect's hub. They helped with the compiling of this
information. Thanks, guys. Be sure to check out all the pages here
for any and all information on getting and burning
only reason i'm putting this here is sometimes CdrWIN gives people hell
when burning bin/cue's so this is a different bin/cue burning
program. Ok you will need fireburner installed you can get it from
www.fireburner.com (there are some ASPI issues when
burning on WIN2K and XP to correct this- download the ASPIinst.exe file
from direct connect or any other aspi fix file). Ok now open
fireburner and click file and load cue sheet. the .BIN must be in the same
file as the cuesheet or it won't work. Now click options and configure
devices. Change the burning speed to what your burner can do safely.
Click ok at the bottom and press create cd and burn. Fireburner
[DISKJUGGLER] Ok this has has to be one of the
best burning programs for the DC system that we know of. ok now how to
burn. First you need to have the program installed of
course...LOL. you can get it at www.padus.com . Ok now get rid of that pesky tip of the day,
click new (the new button on the toolbar) or if the menu is already opened,
then click "cd image to cd recorder" (you may have to scroll to see this).
Now to the setup. Look in the lefthand top corner of the box and
click the piece of paper button there. now u need to no where the
file is you want to burn and go to it. Click it in the box. Make
sure your cd writer is selected, then set speed on right hand side to
whatever your burner can do easily . You do need to hit the advanced tab
and check raw write as well....or it may not do properly on some
burns. No need to change the mode1/mode2 setting i have done it on
mode 2 the whole time I have been burning these and never had one go
bad. Hit start and wait.
[NERO] Get nero from www.nero.com and have it installed if you want to use this
one. now this one is the easiest I've seen. Just hit new and
then click compile cd(not copy) then hit from other cd formats then make
from disc image file. point to the .nrg file and hit burn.
Wait and take out copy when finished. EASY!! if it's a .cdi
file, make into a .nrg using cdi2nero can find program most
Here's one my friend CYBER left off ....CDRWin...this
is one that's essential to me to work with .bin/.cue files....and they got
a place to show u how to use it too.... go here to see how!! This link also shows you how to actually burn the PS2 Games as well as