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I see alot of people downloaded cue files for games,its a simple small file but when read by software burners it shows it true form,like a torrent file,anyway is it easy just to download 1 then use a burner software that reads them,then burn it like any cdi,nrg or any other image formats ? and will it work like it as well ?

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I dont understand your question be more specific. What are you asking exactly? All a cue sheet is, is like a table of contents for the image. It tells the burner what to burn and where. You dont need to download one. You can make one using note pad and knowing what to put on it, oh yeah some iso's dont even need a cue sheet.

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CUE sheets can be used with ISO images. The only point for a CUE sheet with an ISO is if you're burning ISO and WAV or MP3. BTW, CDRWin doesn't support burning MP3s in a CUE, AFAIK, but Nero does. If you have the CUE sheet and BIN file, you can grab bin2boot to make it into an autoboot image (CDI to be precise).

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Bob, is that a Windows CE game or have CDDA in the bin file? If it was the first, you could use the /nohack option. If the image had CDDA, you need the bin2boot that supports CDDA and binchunker if it was in the bin file. You would have to make a new cue sheet for the ISO and WAV files, but bin2boot would still work.

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