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winiso - 11/19/2003 11:51:30 PM   


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when i try to edit a bin file with winiso i always have the problem of not being able to access the files that i add to the bin

they'll show up as on the cd when i burn it but i can't copy or open the files from the directory that i made for them

anyone know why this is?
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RE: winiso - 11/20/2003 1:50:05 PM   

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Please try IsoBuster.
I have not used extensively WinIso, but in the past when I ws doing something similar to what you are trying, I had problems with most other programs, including WinImage. I do not know of course if newer versions have fixed these problems.



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RE: winiso - 11/20/2003 2:20:19 PM   

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i use winiso to modify bin files and since now i never experienced a problem like that.
The problem of not be able to access the modified bin occures when i try to access it via a cd emulator but never after a sucefully burn.
Your winiso is a demo version or a full one?

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