I’m having a hard time trying to burn a .cue/.bin file which contains a cd-bootable linux distribution. I’ve been trying to burn the image with Nero, CDRWin, and fireburner, and the burning process is always successful, but the contents of the CD-R are not readable afterwards (linux & windows).
The .cue-file looks like this:
FILE "bootcd.bin" BINARY TRACK 01 MODE2/2352 INDEX 01 00:00:00 TRACK 02 MODE2/2352 INDEX 01 00:06:00
I opened the file with IsoBuster, and it shows that track 1 is bootable, and has ISO9660, Joliet and Rock Ridge file systems. The file system of track 2 is not recognizable.
I can extract both tracks with FireBurner 2.2.1, and get 2 files:
- Track01.iso, size ~1 MB
- Track02.iso, size ~745 MB
When opening Track01.iso with IsoBuster again, it shows all files that are supposed to be there (~649 MB). This is clearly wrong, because the whole track is only 1 MB in size.
If I burn only Track 1 on a CD-R, I can see all the files, but cannot open them (of course, because the data wasn’t burnt). If I burn both tracks, I cannot see the contents at all.
I really wonder what went wrong.
The Rock Ridge filesystem shouldn’t be a problem, because I am burning the whole image, right?
Pleeeeease help me!