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    Quote Originally Posted by Inferno_ View Post
    I ran three instances for a good 2-3 minutes and no problems. Although it appears when there is a 3D intensive game on the computer's fans are a lot louder. So I'm being lead to think there's a blockage of dust in the graphics card's fan. Which I will clean out tomorrow and report back with results for.
    Let it for more than 2 -3 minutes. Try 4 instances all showing up with maximum anti-aliasing + anisotropic filtering and all the effects on, all side by side or something. 15 minutes or so should heat it enough.
    Consider it might not be your graphics card that is the problem, but your CPU fan or such since you said it gets noticeably louder normally. RTHDRIBL will not stress your CPU in the way a game could.

    Edit: lol cmm

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    Can anyone tell me the command to use a CD image on DOSBox for this image:

    \Games\PC\WO\wipeout.bin
    \Games\PC\WO\wipeout.cue

    ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inferno_ View Post
    Can anyone tell me the command to use a CD image on DOSBox for this image:

    \Games\PC\WO\wipeout.bin
    \Games\PC\WO\wipeout.cue

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    Use D-fend instead of using basic DOSBox. It'll be easier for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by polobunny View Post
    Use D-fend instead of using basic DOSBox. It'll be easier for you.
    I've tried it before, I found it a lot more complicated than learning the commands themselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inferno_ View Post
    I've tried it before, I found it a lot more complicated than learning the commands themselves.
    not familiar with dosbox, but i can tell you that the .bin file is the actual data..

    the .cue file is just a file that tells w.e. burning program you use how to burn it and such.... (note: that is a very very very very oversimplified explanation of .cue)
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    Quote Originally Posted by b1gwi11 View Post
    not familiar with dosbox, but i can tell you that the .bin file is the actual data..

    the .cue file is just a file that tells w.e. burning program you use how to burn it and such.... (note: that is a very very very very oversimplified explanation of .cue)
    Em, I do know. I'm new to DOSBOX not disc images.

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    Mount the image to a virtual drive, then mount it in DosBox.

    I can't remember exactly, just type help if this isn't right, but assuming your virtual drive is E:, type:

    mount cd-rom E:\ D:

    And it should mount the image properly. Then just type D:\setup.exe or whatever :P

    I donnu if the \ actaully goes on the end of E:.

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    Readme has all of that info...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panda Man View Post
    Mount the image to a virtual drive, then mount it in DosBox.

    I can't remember exactly, just type help if this isn't right, but assuming your virtual drive is E:, type:

    mount cd-rom E:\

    And it should mount the image properly. Then just type \setup.exe or whatever

    I donnu if the \ actaully goes on the end of E:.
    Yes. I want to read the DISC IMAGE not a virtual drive.

    I plan on converting it to Xbox using DosXBOX, there are no virtual drives on Xbox so I would have to type in the mount image command manually.

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    ^^^ I think it's basically the same.

    mount cd-rom \Games\PC\WO\wipeout.bin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panda Man View Post
    ^^^ I think it's basically the same.

    mount cd-rom \Games\PC\WO\wipeout.bin
    Didn't work, gave the usual error "to mount type c: c:\windows" or whatever

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inferno_ View Post
    Didn't work, gave the usual error "to mount type c: c:\windows" or whatever
    Then try

    mount cd-rom \Games\PC\WO\wipeout.bin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panda Man View Post
    Then try

    mount cd-rom \Games\PC\WO\wipeout.bin
    Same as before.

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    Then try

    mount cd-rom D \Games\PC\WO\wipeout.bin

    Just try different things Try aiming for the cue sheet as well.

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    imgmount d [iso \Games\PC\WO\Wipeout.bin] -t iso is meant to be the correct command.
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