Burning CDG (bin files) To Disk Using A None Compatible Burner
Your burner must support RAW96, DAO for it to work! Most burners produced during the last few years will work.

First, get Daemon Toolz (version 3.0.10 or higher) available from and install. Turn off AIN (Win 9x) or set the properties to “Prompt” (WinXP) for the virtual drive (Stealth DVD) it creates. This will prevent your media player from starting up when the virtual drive is mounted. Restart your computer.
Second, we need to create a cue sheet to load into the virtual drive. Open CDRwin, and select “Record Disk”. If your burner is not supported by CDRwin, use the cue sheet provided by MP3+G Toolz, or use Cdrcue Cue Sheet Editor ( Select Load Tracks In the new browser, select “CD+G”, then “Add”
In the next window, direct the browser to where you have your .bin files stored. Highlight the tracks you want to add to your new disk, then press “Open”.
In the following window, arrange the tracks in the order you would like them to appear on the CD you are creating. Select “Save As”.
Pick a name for your Cue file, and save it to your hard drive. REMEMBER where you have saved it!!!!! When finished, you will come back to the screen shown above. Press “OK”, and CDRwin will create your Cue sheet. You can now completely close CDRwin.
Start Daemon Toolz. Left click on the icon in your tray, and then click on “Device 0: No Media”. Direct the next window to where you have stored your Cue sheet. Double click on your Cue sheet to load the virtual DVDrom. If your Media Player or other CD Player starts up, end that program. You can actually play your “new” disk with WinCDG using your V386 DVD as a source device by itself, or rip the tracks off of your virtual drive with CDRwin! As well, you can create an image (whole CD+G disk) with CloneCD, load the created .ccd file into Daemon Toolz, and extract individual tracks (.bin files) directly from your virtual drive!Now, to burn your disk…
Open CloneCD, and select “Copy Disk”
Next, select your CD Reader Drive. This will be the V386 Stealth DVD. Press “Next”.
Almost done!".

In the next window, we need to create a profile for CD+G disks. You only have to do this once.
Note :Right click inside the window and select ‘New’. Call your new profile ‘CD+G’. Right click on the profile and select edit. Click on the audio read settings tab. Check on ‘Read Subchannel Data from Audio Tracks’, and “Read Only First Session’. Select ‘Best (Slowest)’ extraction quality to help prevent pitting.

Put a blank CDR into your burner. Select your write speed. You should be able to do it at max, but if the graphics are pitting, lower the write speed value (4x or lower). Double click on the CD+G profile. Your disk will now be written.
Your disk will be ejected from the recorder when the write is finished. Test the disk in a CD+G karaoke player, check for pitting of the graphics and poor audio. Adjust your read and write speeds as necessary. You may need to try a different brand of disk if your machines cannot read it properly. Ta daaaaaaaaa! You now have a working backup of individual tracks!

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