I have an archive which is separated into about fifty different files. The documentation included said I needed to burn it to use it. Each file is numbered with a generic name and an individually numbered extension: filename.001 filename.002… And so on through …filename.053 Also, there is a checksum .SFV file. Each file when opened in WinRAR contains a unique .bin file. I sort of understand the concept of combining CD image files that have been separated. The total sum of the size of all the files exceeds one CD’s-worth of data; does this mean that when I combine the .bin files into one I’ll need to burn it to a DVD? My question is probably simple, and I hope someone can answer it in a step by step instruction. It’s sitting dormant, and though part of me wants to learn the ins and outs of CD image file splitting and combining, I’d rather have some easy-to-follow guidance. How do I extract and recombine the separate .bin files properly, or otherwise prepare the separate files for burning? EDIT: I'm checking each numbered extension file to find a .CUE file among the .BIN's. EDIT: Found the .CUE file. Can someone tell me what to do from here?