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21-May-2003, 11:07 AM #1
Extracting BIN files? What program?
I need a program that can extract bin files, you know to like a folder, and I can install the program from it, without burning a cd. Anyone know of such a program?
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21-May-2003, 12:37 PM #3
Rename the .bin extention to .iso then mount them as a virtual CD with daemon tools from here.

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if you rename them to ISO, you can use WinImage. It opens them in an explorer-like view in which you can extract files from it and you can also create ISO's with it. great utility!
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Alcohol 120% lets you mount various different CD image formats to virtual CD Rom drives. Burn various image formats to cd. And rip various formats from a CD.
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