Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by dfunk, Oct 16, 2006.
I have a .bin and a .cue file. How do I mount this properly to install? Or do I have to burn it?
use toast or disk utility...
and your title is just begging for a joke
Get right on his dick and just go at it
Okay I opened up Disk Utility.
Went to Add New Image.
Picked the location.
Named the .dmg file.
Set AES-128 as encryption.
Set a password.
Copied the .cue and .bin file into this "mounted" drive.
What now, how do I install?
Just bumping this up, I still need help.
If its a video it can be played in VLC media player as .bin file.
If you need to mount it (like a program or something) - just use disk util or toast like everyone else has said. Drag the cue file to disk util. That should work.
Could you please be more specific? I listed what I already did 3 posts above your reply. Thanks.
Again, can someone help me out? I tired all the steps I listed, I'm very confused. I know this is probably stupid question but I just got my first Mac not even 4 weeks ago. Thanks.
If you can't figure it out in disk utility....
Download Toast Titanium. Drag the bin file to the Toast application icon. Its not really that difficult.
I already created a .dmg file and its mounted. I place the .cue and .bin file in in, but I don't know how to set it to install. Draggin the .bin into the disk utillity does nothing.
you're going to need Toast Titanium to turn .bin/.cue files into working disks. That, or if it's a DVD, get VLC to open it.