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I want to edit a .BNDL file in windows 7 but when I open it with notepad or Microsoft Office 2010, I get a file with weird characters.

Is there a way to edit this file in windows?


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Where did this file come from? The most common use for .BNDL files is Mac-specific. – Isaac Rabinovitch Nov 24 '12 at 0:23

As far as my research shows, a BNDL file can be one of two things:

  1. A game bundle file (used for storing resources such as sounds, textures, etc. used by a computer game)
  2. A MAC OS "plugin file" for programs. I don't think it would do any good trying to open this on Windows.
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Sinni800's answer has it right, but he didn't post any software to open this file

For first file type (Game Bundle File) you can use EA Layer 3 Decoder

You should try using website like, you can find there actual list of software to support unknown file extensions.

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