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Old 29 June 2003, 10:53   #6
Ian
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You need to burn these iso+MP3 game "Images" to real CD's to hear the music in WinUAE.

Iso+WAV files can be virtually mounted using daemon tools via a cue sheet.

But while a couple of games won't work without the audio tracks, it really isn't worth all the hassle just to hear the CD music from most games.

If you must burn these games to real CD's (For use in WinUAE), I suggest you use a CDRW, even though CDRs only cost a few pence each, it's still too much money to be wasting on most of the "Identical to floppy" versions of the games that the CD32 had.

And WinUAE should never be compared to that pap that is Akiko.
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