Maaan... writing bin/cue to CDR

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  1. kingtoad

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    A little less than a year ago I bought a Samsung DVD/CD-RW drive. I tried to write UT 2003 to a CDR but it wouldn't burn anything, then when I would try to run the CD, it would lock up Explorer, then read Free space: 0 Bytes, Used space: 0 Bytes. I tried to write to the CD again and it said the disc was corrupted. So, I just trashed it. Never really thought about it... I thought it was the CD's, I could write anything else, just not bin/cue. So today, I was writing another bin/cue file to a CD and I'm getting the same shit. I just waisted three CD's. :madfawk: What do you guys think I'm doing wrong here?

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    Use a bin extractor program, like ISOBuster, and extract all of the files to a certain directory. Then, burn that Directory's contents as a data CD.
     
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    :bigthumb: Got it. Look me up and I"ll buy you a beer sometime :big grin:
     
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