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mpauls

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  1. For those of you who are trying to to be cute, thru using google was the reason I downloaded ImgBurn. May I suggest, if you do not want to help someone find answers (why have forums) then do not answer anyone's question because anwsering in this way makes people feel stuipd or lazy ! mpauls
  2. hi, Just installed DVD Flick and found that it does not support DAT files. There must be a way of converting an cue/bin or iso format to one that can be played either on a DVD or CD on my Player???? mpauls
  3. I have movie that came in a bin/cue format which I converted to an Iso format and them tried ImgBurn to change it to a vob format which I think will play on my DVD Player attached to my TV. However, ImgBurn created a DAT file like the bin/cue format did. This Dat format will not play on my DVD Player attached to my TV. Anyone know what I can do to create a format that will play on my player? The bin file is 800 MB and the Iso file is 700 MB. thanks in advance, mpauls
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