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Old January 30th 05, 11:26 PM
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vg403mkd8 wrote:

what r they used for and how r they used?


[2-28] What's an ISO? A CIF? BIN and CUE? .DAT?
http://cdrfaq.org/faq02.html#S2-28

Most burn softwares burn (standard conforming) .iso, but not all
supports bin/cue.

Nero 5: [File, Burn Image], then point to the .iso or cue.

Nero 6: [Recorder, Burn Image], then point to the .iso or cue.


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Old January 31st 05, 03:48 AM
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vg403mkd8 wrote:
what r they used for and how r they used?


Presumably, you can read English even if you cannot (or choose not to)
write it.

A BIN file is an image of a CD in a standard format; it is used in
conjunction with a text file (CUE). The term "ISO" has many uses, all
referring to the ISO 9660 standard. The relevant meaning here is for a
standard image format for a data disc.

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Old January 31st 05, 10:36 AM
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Mike Richter (Slimy Friggin SOB) barfed:

vg403mkd8 wrote:
what r they used for and how r they used?


Presumably, you can read English even if you cannot (or choose not to)
write it.


What an upstanding slimeball!

A BIN file is an image of a CD in a standard format; it is used in
conjunction with a text file (CUE). The term "ISO" has many uses, all
referring to the ISO 9660 standard. The relevant meaning here is for a
standard image format for a data disc.


Expert on ISO image, ****ing Asshole?

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From: consetti
Date: 1/12/05
Subject: Verify ISO burn

Mike Richter (Slimy Friggin SOB) spewed (1/11/05):

If Record Now can re-create the original from which the ISO was
made to test against the burned disc; and can do that without
expanding the ISO or remaking one to check byte-for-byte against
the one the OP started with, it is working some magic.


Now wait a minute. Isn't an ISO file simply a disc image? It's
written to the disc sector at a time, so one should be able to read
the disc back sector at a time and compare against the original ISO
file. I don't see any black magic required.
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Old January 31st 05, 12:34 PM
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Mike Richter, were you born with
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Mike Richter (Slimy Friggin SOB) barfed:

vg403mkd8 wrote:
what r they used for and how r they used?


Presumably, you can read English even if you cannot (or choose not to)
write it.


My, ain't you an upstanding slimeball!

The term "ISO" has many uses, all referring to the ISO 9660 standard.
The relevant meaning here is for a standard image format for a data
disc.


Expert on ISO image, ****ing Asshole?

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From: smh
Date: 1/14/05

Mike Richter (Slimy Friggin SOB) spewed (1/8/05):

Since each ISO contains positional information,
notably for the TOC;


Would you spit out exactly what you mean by the "positional" info?
Don't you even know that an .iso is a plain image of *data* sectors?
So where in the *data* sectors is the "positional" information
- for the TOC - Slimy Friggin SOB?
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