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Old 01-27-2005, 07:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi ppl..
I have a problem.
I want to burn an image file and the extension of the file is img.
I tried to burn w/ nero, but it give me an error when it tried to read the file from HD.
Therefore, I tried to burn it w/ Alcholol 120%.
It burned the file. However, when I tried on my dvd player or dvd-rom.
it wont play the movie.
Please help me!
I want to burn the file and be able to watch it using my dvd player
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What software are you using to burn the DVD besides Nero and Alcohol.....
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isnt that the floppy image extention?
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is there a .cue like file that .bin files need in order to be burned?
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CUE files are needed to burn BIN images in most cases. But you can download MagicISO and convert BIN files to ISO files without ever using a CUE file. You can download MagicISO from the link below.

http://www.download.com/MagicISO-Mak...ml?tag=lst-0-1

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Old 01-28-2005, 03:53 PM   #6 (permalink)
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no cue or bin files..
I have dvd decrypter but I dont really know how to use it.
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isn't img a clone cd file?

use alcohol to mount it on a virtual drive. then open the drive. take a picture of the folders in the drive or use isobuster extract video_ts
load that in nero. then burn or

http://www.geocities.com/iansbackupspace/#img
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Old 01-29-2005, 06:20 PM   #8 (permalink)
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burger-style.NFO......that's probably warez. nfs_bsr open that file with notepad and read it. try MagicISO or winISO to convert IMG to ISO
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Burn it using DVD Decrypter. If you don't have it installed, go google it, it's free. When you install it, just put a DVD+-R in your burner, and double click the *.img file. Then click the button on DVD Decrypter that looks like a HDD with an arrow to the DVD.
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oops It was stale,accidentally said style. I looked up burger-stale and got hits to file-sharing and warez. if there is a file and there is a matching fake NFO (text file) that usually means illegal software. here's what a fake NFO file looks like:

http://www.filesharingtalk.com/vb3/s...d.php?p=977957

and here's bittorrent info on burger-stale: http://s4.isohunt.com/btDetails.php?ihq=&id=3015995

it looks like burger stale is the Shark Tale DVD movie. if you look at the file size of his IMG file you can see its big enough to fit to a blank DVD disc, must be coincidence eh?:


Directory: Shark.Tale.WS.DVDR-BURGER

Files:
IMDb.nfo
Sample/burger-stale-sample(22).vob
Sample/burger-stale-sample.vob
burger-stale.nfo
burger-stale.r00
burger-stale.r01
burger-stale.r02
burger-stale.r03
burger-stale.r04
burger-stale.r05
.............
burger-stale.r90
burger-stale.r91
burger-stale.r92
burger-stale.rar
burger-stale.sfv
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