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  Resident 19.07.2010 1 64
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Depends on what the .BIN file is originally meant to be used with. I don't know if it's a .BIN file, but I've been trying to crack Ejay's proprietary file format for storing all of their samples for years. No luck yet.

Tried both of them apps as well.
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I believe I use Toast...Open Toast, select Utilities - Mount, and select the file...
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I use UltraISO to extract contents from files like .bin and .iso
Google for a portable version of UltraISO, find it, download it, run it (no need to install, just run) and u're ready to go...
cons: very powerfull but it is only for windows I think, good luck
  Resident 16.01.2009 155
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Like jimmylittle7 said, mount it using Toast. If it's an AKAI disc, mount it using CDxtract.
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Daemon Tools Lite
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I've been using it for years.
  Resident 16.02.2009 2 155
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IsoBuster - its donationware
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use AnyToIso app for osx
  Resident 11.12.2008 13
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Daemon Tools Lite and simply all you have to do is mount the image and copy stuff to a new folder ..
and to remove it simply unmount image to delete......
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I've had to jump through this hoop before, let's see if I remember the process.
Go to the copy tab and select Image file, then drag the .cue or the .bin file into Toast
If I'm remembering correctly either will work.
Then click on the make Disk Image button at the bottom right of the window.
Open the resulting disk image on the desktop and then you can view the contents
of the disk and extract and save what you find useful in a more modern format.
  Resident 16.08.2010 22
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Actually, you just have to use the Finder. Control-click on the file, and then scroll down to where it says "More". You'll see an option then appear that says "Mount it". The disc will then appear as if it's a disc in drive. Copy the contents over and you're done. Simple.
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poweriso then u can put the files whereever



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  Resident 3.11.2010 1 14
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Download THIS one click and it`s done. Free and really simple software.
  Resident 6.11.2008 223
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its amazing how utterly fucking stupid people are with replies.
Majority of you didn't even read the question, which is clearly obvious considering you are replying with suggestions of windows programs for someone using OSX.
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UltraISO is wonderful for such things.
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Another vote for AnyToIso for MacOSX.
It converts many image files to *.iso which then can be mounted to the filesystem like any ordinary *.dmg

Demo can convert CD`s , full version DVD`s too.
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what a bunch of idiots, he's asking for OSX app and not windows app!!!!!
  Resident 19.11.2010 107
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Typically .bin can't be extracted. You need to burn it as an image or mount it on a virtual drive (using one of the previously mentioned utilities).
  Resident 4.03.2009 6
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I use a pc and found this info to be of great help to me as i forgot how to convert bin files to iso it is also best if the download is already converted to iso but some times this is not the case .
hope the mac users did not get to confused by some of the users info about pc.
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Thax For Reply Very quick...Thanks you all.....I got Toast 10...I downloaded it after seeing those replies..It works for me..Nice ...Thanks a lot..You guyz are awesome!!!! mates
  Resident 8.02.2007 11 142
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drably, You are correct, but you could dispense with the colorful metaphors.
No matter how true your observation, you negate it by insulting the members of this board. Is that really necessary?

Those who cast the votes decide nothing; those who count the votes decide everything. — The Democrat Party
  Member 2.01.2014 15
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I did this yesterday on a Mac 10.13.6 using bchunk.

I had no luck with the bchunk files from he.fi/bchunk, but then I found a tutorial at tech-recipes.com/rx/18944/how-do-i-use-bin-and-cue-files-in-os-x that worked.

You do it using Terminal.

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