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When i try to open binary files they only open in microsoft excel. What could be the problem here? What program do i need to open them?

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Binary file? You mean a .bin file?
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yea isn't that binary? sorry .bin*

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There probably isn't much you'll be able to read in a .bin file, assuming it is a binary or data file and not something else. What file is it?

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