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I have all my Data & installed programs installed on a "CD-RW". Today I added a program to the Data disk and now its over full (really) and I can't open the disc to take off some files?? Instead I get an error message saying:
Disk to Copy Terminated with errors. Command: BE Sense:05 ASC:64 ASCQ:00

When I go to copy to copy the disc (in hopes of saying some stuff) I get:
"explorer.exe-Application Error" The instruction at 0x77f57ec4 referred memory at "0x00000067". The memory could not be written, click ok to terminate program.

So I ask, is there any program I can get that will get this very important data and programs off of this disc so I can put on a new CD-R disc?

Please help if you can as this is very important to me. Thank you so very much and God Bless.
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http://www.pcworld.c...id,65145,00.asp <_<
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http://www.pcworld.c...id,65145,00.asp <_<

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I did as the article said and everything is now ok. I thank you so very much.
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http://www.pcworld.c...id,65145,00.asp

Nice link. <_<
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