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James 57

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I used a dvd-R disc to burn photo files onto it. I set it to burn in the live file system. I can not get my computer (the same computer) to open the disc. I know there is stuff on it. I can see it. Why can't I open it? Any help would greatly appreciated. Thank you.

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My guess is that the burn is faulty., albeit you can see the files, it does not mean that files were burnt without some form of error - slower burn maybe the answer.

However there are so many variables to it please see this

http://windows.micro...at-should-I-use
please also explore the sub links.

Can it be opened on another computer, providing of course it has been closed.


which O/S if Vista or 7 see this
http://www.sevenforu...er-how-use.html

which burning program - Nero etc.

Try this it is one of the best and rarely fails
http://www.imgburn.com/
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James57
You asked for help on 14 May.
I responded the following day the 15th and you have never replied
Please do reply and acknowledge the response even if it has not helped.
If that IS THE CASE, my reply was only the first possible solution and more assistance waxs of course available.
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