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Burning Data CD-R's


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waynf

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Can't seem to burn data on CD-R's which hold previously burned pictures. I used to be able to make Data Discs on CD-R's and just keep adding more data later. I have tried it with Use Multisession checked off and also with it unchecked off. Same result: Nero keeps advising me that the disck is not recordable and to enter a recordable CD-R/RW. Has someting happend to my Nero Program?
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Has someting happend to my Nero Program?

That's hard to say. You might try removing/reinstalling Nero. I would advise you not to depend on open session CDRs. They are prone to corruption and once that happens, you lose everything, as nothing will read them. With the price of CDRs these days, it makes sense to always close them.
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The main problem with sessions is that theytend to fill the disk up pretty quickly, because its not a very effective method of storing data. Therefore you may find the disk is classed as full because the sessions have filled it up, even though you've got next to nothing on it. This happens with XP and Nero too.

Edited by Neil Jones, 04 January 2009 - 05:59 PM.

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When you refer to closing them , are you referring to "finalizing them"?
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When you refer to closing them , are you referring to "finalizing them"?

Yes. No multisession.
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