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Old 25-07-2001, 14:10
DarkstaR
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WHY THE HELL IS EVERY IMAGE I DUMP A CDA FILE?!?!?!?!?!

dammit this is pissing me off! OK so i tried to crack cdrwin so it would burn full speed. I hear that makes coasters by making everything track01.cda. But every program I have now is doing it! blindread makes em, so does clone cd! whats going on?! How do I fix it? I have daemon tools. I enabled safedisk emulation and mounted the ISO of worms armageddon, (tried ripping with clone cd, blindread, & cdrwin) and everytime real jukebox opens, trying to play data track.cda! ARRRRRGH HELLLLLPPPP MEEEEEEE
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Old 25-07-2001, 17:29
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i have no clue what u have just said, but from what your subject heading is saying it may be that you have opened the image file using the cd player program.

Solution is to go to ####t>>settings>>folder options>>file types and look for the .cda or cd track file and edit it so that the file extension of an image file isnt a .cda

tell me how it turns out
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Old 25-07-2001, 19:00
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Old 25-07-2001, 21:49
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hey, i didnt know, ive never read anything before about it. some pretty harsh consequences...i finally fixed it though, i tried reinstalling the drivers and it worked. thanks for the help tho guys.
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