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Setting up a virtual drive

I had it before, but I'm not sure how to go about setting up a virtual drive again.

I had to reinstall my OS, and subsequently I had to reformat one of my hard drives, and everything I had set up, had to be reinstalled again.

I'm trying to do this on Google, but the download I keep coming across VCD isn't working when I try to run it.

Any help?
 
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chipotle

Well-Known TRIBEr
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i dunno if that helps.. probably not.
anyways...

I just found some programs that are like

34.00

so.. scartch the 12.00

probably not good.
 
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Dr. Grinch

TRIBE Member
Like someone else said, you need Daemon Tools to establish the virtual drive. If you get Audio only then you're missing the required Codec for the video playback.
I reccomend "Nimo Codecs Pack"
It's free and covers just about any format you can imagine
 

SneakyPete

TRIBE Member
What about only getting the audio and not the video? This is the case for one of my files. I am pretty sure I have the codec for it but can't seem to get it to work.
 

Dr. Grinch

TRIBE Member
Originally posted by SneakyPete
What about only getting the audio and not the video? This is the case for one of my files. I am pretty sure I have the codec for it but can't seem to get it to work.
Wanna reread what I posted?

If you get ONLY audio, then you're missing the Video codec. If you're seeing other AVIs working then either A) You have an old Codec or B) The porn your trying to watch is encoded wrong
 

SneakyPete

TRIBE Member
^^
Sorry, I meant I get the video, but not the audio. Any ideas? This only happens with .bin files. I've tried both burning them on to CD's and using virtual drives.
 
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Dr. Grinch

TRIBE Member
Originally posted by SneakyPete
^^
Sorry, I meant I get the video, but not the audio. Any ideas? This only happens with .bin files. I've tried both burning them on to CD's and using virtual drives.
The ONLY time I've seen that is when your drive doesn't have support for Digital Audio decoding enabled. It's controlled under device manager. But on a Virtual drive that shouldn't happen.

Corrupt sound driver?
Something muted or turned all the way down in the Sound control panel?
 

PosTMOd

Well-Known TRIBEr
Originally posted by SneakyPete
Sorry, I meant I get the video, but not the audio.
The good news is that if the movie happens to be The Wizard of Oz, if you start up Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon right when the MGM lion roars, it's a real fucking trip and a half, man.
 

SneakyPete

TRIBE Member
Originally posted by Dr. Grinch
The ONLY time I've seen that is when your drive doesn't have support for Digital Audio decoding enabled. It's controlled under device manager. But on a Virtual drive that shouldn't happen.

Corrupt sound driver?
Something muted or turned all the way down in the Sound control panel?
I don't know, like I said, it only happens with .bin files. I have no problem running other types of files.

It's definitely not something muted or turned all the way down though.

:confused:
 
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mind control

TRIBE Member
I could be wrong, but i do not think you can run a .bin file in a video/media player . I *think* you may need to burn the image to a disc first, then you should be able to play the movie . You can burn .bin files with a number of programs but i prefer cdrwin . The new version will allow you to burn the .bin without the .cue file as well as testing the image before you burn (virtual drive)
 
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