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I noticed that imgburn doesn't require me to browse to the .cue file in order to burn like Nero. Does imgburn still burn the image correctly?

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If it's a single session / track image (BIN file) it'll burn fine. If not, no it won't.

 

The reason it doesn't make you search for the CUE file is because CUE files are not supported in the version that's currently available. (v2.3.2.0)

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They're images of my original Office 2000 media. Guess I'll test them out later today and make sure. Any plans for .cue support in the future?

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Oh, they'll be fine then.

 

It would only be an issue if you had a bin/cue of an audio cd or something (where the 'bin' would then be data from multiple tracks).

 

CUE support has been added for the next version which I hope to release fairly soon.

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Thanks so much for your help and this program. I'll sling a donation your way soon :) Something else I've been thinking about: How about implementing a virtual IDE drive that could mount unprotected images only? I currently use Dtools for this, but I don't require all the other features that come along with it and I'm not crazy about recommending it due to it being bundled with adware, even if you can decline installation. All I need is a simple, no frills virtual drive. Thanks for listening!

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You can select the non-adware version of DT when installing - it is entirely optional.

 

Regards

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You can select the non-adware version of DT when installing - it is entirely optional.

 

Regards

 

Yes, I know that and thats how I install it, but still not thrilled about recommending something that contains adware to friends. They might not be as careful during the installation even if I warn them.

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Each to his own.

 

Regards

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You can select the non-adware version of DT when installing - it is entirely optional.

 

Regards

 

Yes, I know that and thats how I install it, but still not thrilled about recommending something that contains adware to friends. They might not be as careful during the installation even if I warn them.

 

 

On the rare occasion I use Daemon Tools I prefer to use the older, pre-adware version as well. Try Oldversion.com @ http://www.oldversion.com/program.php?n=daemon

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