How can I mount/emulate an audio CD?

January 25, 2011 at 15:10:37
Specs: Windows XP, 2.62 Ghz/512mb RAM
I found a PC game sitting in the bottom of my file cabinet and it was pretty badly torn up, so I cleaned it and made and after about 20 tries was able to make an error-free bin/cue image out of it. It's one of those games that requires the disc to be in the drive, but when I mount it it still works fine.

Problem is that the CD is written as a mix of data & audio tracks, and all mounting software I've come across only emulates the data, not the audio. The information IS there; I can tell because of the size of the image and if I burn the image to CD I can play the music in any CD player. But the game wont be able to pick this up because of the way it mounts. A driving game without music is pretty.. boring, and if I use the original disc it skips more than it's worth using.

Any advice? Thanks in advance.

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January 25, 2011 at 17:19:21
If you made a bin or a cue then why not burn it to a cd?

Why did it take me over a year to phone in a problem to ATT?

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January 25, 2011 at 17:26:32
I did, but the game won't recognize the CD as an official CD to run the game off of. For some reason, it only likes the original image.

The only way I can make the music play within the game is if I insert the burned CD + mount the image, which seems a little redundant. I just figured there should be some way to get those audio tracks to mount,

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