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Burning Multi-Session Data CDRs


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Using help from this forum, I now am able to use CDRs, with confidence, to back up my Data. :blink: . I still have one more question, however. Is there any way that I can check how much free space is left after I have burned several sessions?. I am using Easy CD Creator Version 4.1. When I check Disk Properties, it appears to only show the space used during the last session. and O free space. :whistling: Kindest personal regards, George King
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If you load the disc using easy CD creator as if you were going to add files to it, does it have a graph to show used or available space
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Success once again Keith. When I loaded the CD Layout with a file, then the CD Layout Properties icon in the toolbar became active. I could then read Used Space= 553.63MB. Keith, I could not find any of this help or information in the help files. I am grateful for your helf and patience.
Kindest personal regards, George King
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Whichever programme you use, each time you add files to a disc, check it is still set to burn multi session as some programmes default to closed session

If a disc has files on it, you should be able to see all of them whenever you load the disc and explore it
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:blink: Once again Keith, I must say many, many thanks for the solid help you have given me re burning multi-session CDRs. :whistling: The details I have learned here were not available from any of the many friends and associates that I had discussed the subject with previously. Kindest regards, George King
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