I can mount it using Daemon tools and then open the drive with pSX and that works fine, but when I try to use it in pSX, it gives this error: CD not usable: could not open file.
It's probably not a huge deal since this means there's a work-around, but it would be nice if I could reduce my reliance on Daemon tools -- I really dislike the developers of that program and want to avoid using it if I can... plus this means there's something wonky about how pSX supports bin/cue images, which is technically a bug. (See my post about Wild 9 in the game compat. forum for another interesting bin/cue problem)
Post by Truth Unknown on May 9, 2011 6:52:01 GMT -5
Check the CUE file (a simple text editor will work) if the file-name for the binary image matches properly. Remember if there are spaces in the file-name, use quotation marks to surround the name. For Example: FILE "Binary Image.bin" BINARY
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