Windows 10: Alternative to Daemon Tools Lite to mount Audio Cue/Bin CD images

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  1.    2 Weeks Ago #11

    Well that would be helpful if we were talking about ISO’s, but we’re not. We’re talking about bin/cues, and for the reasons mentioned above we can’t convert them.
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  2.    2 Weeks Ago #12

    Hi there
    @CaptainKoloth

    What's the problem --do you still have the physical discs.



    I think also Windows can re-create the ISO again -- not sure though.

    In the cue tools package there's also an audio ripper - as well.

    Cheers
    jimbo
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  3.    2 Weeks Ago #13

    jimbo45 said: View Post
    Hi there
    @CaptainKoloth

    What's the problem --do you still have the physical discs.

    CUE tools I think can convert BIN into tracks -- I'll have a go at that later. You don't need to mount anything with cue tools so long as an image (or the files) are available.

    I think also Windows can re-create the ISO again -- not sure though.

    Cheers
    jimbo
    You can’t convert an audio bin/cue into an iso. You lose the track information on the cue sheet and it is no longer recognized as an audio CD. The file structure of a bin/cue differs from the ISO9660 of an iso.
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  4.    2 Weeks Ago #14

    CaptainKoloth said: View Post
    You can’t convert an audio bin/cue into an iso. You lose the track information on the cue sheet and it is no longer recognized as an audio CD. The file structure of a bin/cue differs from the ISO9660 of an iso.
    Hi there @CaptainKoloth

    do you have access to the original physical disc.

    Linux solution (as often is the case) works two programs bchunk and bin2iso.

    bchunk -s -w IMAGE.bin IMAGE.cue IMAGE

    This will create WAV files for each audio track, e.g.:
    IMAGE001.wav
    IMAGE002.wav

    Then you should be in business.

    note you will need the -s parameter (endian) or the byte order might be wrong - you have to try it on your own systems. If the byte order is wrong you'll hear a load of static and hissing. !!!!

    POWERISO (commercial also works and is probably more robust). Also a Windows product.

    Another method using Imageburn

    First use imgburner software which will make two different ISOs of bin and cue files. Then extract both the ISOs in one folder using Winrar.

    Then one bin file will be created merged with cue file and after all convert the bin to ISO using the tool bin2iso.
    You'll have to have a Linux system to do this though.

    cdimage (another Linux tool ) might also work -- I'll have a go with a .cue + bin file -- seems though a hideous way to rip audio CD's. can't see what's wrong with the standard track1.cda etc etc then can be handled perfectly easily

    Cheers
    jimbo
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  5.    2 Weeks Ago #15

    qcksilver said: View Post
    Also, does anyone know if Daemon tools cleaned up their act? I can't seem to find a reliable source online saying they are clean now. I'm not opposed to trying them again.
    You may use an older (better and safer) version of Daemon Tools, but installation in Win10 version 1709 is a little bit complicated:

    1. Download file https://ulozto.net/!Jyq1IhLREnok/dt-install-zip and unzip it (password: dt)
    2. Rename downloaded file DTLite4471-0333.exe to dtinst.exe
    3. Set its Compatibility level to Windows 7

    Usually, steps 2 and 3 are sufficient for installing apps blocked by Windows 10, but not in this case; if you run dtinst now, you still get the bloody "This app can't run on this pc" dialog. So you need to replace some database files with older ones (from version 1511):

    4. On folder C:\Windows\apppatch go to Properties - Security - Advanced; set Administrators as Owner; it is necessary to enable checkbox Replace on Subcontainers and Objects too
    5. On every *.sdb file inside the apppatch folder, set Full Control permissions for Administrators
    6. Rename *.sdb files to *.bad
    7. Copy downloaded *.sdb files to the apppatch folder.

    Now you can finally run dtinst and successfully install good old Daemon Tools (without sptd, skip both the MountSpace and WebCompanion options). Of course, they mount & play CloneCD & ImgBurn images of CD-DA disks and they run without any problems.

    As always, many curses sent to Redmond.
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