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can't view images on cd


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Ever since I tried and failed to add some more images to a cd, I cannot
see the ones already on there, which I have viewed before. It said disc not compatable, but I had saved stuff to it before for safe keeping - now its seems to have gone! Also I think my Pc thinks it is a dvd as it spins around a lot when I put it in, and I am sure it never used to whizz round like that before.
p.s Cannot watch dvd anyway for some reason although I have player/ rewriter.
anyone know how to get my data back, I have checked recycle bin and not there
surely it is still on the disc somewhere..... but where?
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cd r or rw? did you close the disk the first time y ou burned?
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cd-r , dont know if closed it but I guess so as was not able to delete from it.
Have viewed images stored several times but was unable to add many more although did manage to add a few. Is data lost do you think?
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wel you cant delete anything from a cdr...thats not how they work....the disk probably wasn't closed....because you would have gotten an error when trying to burn again...so....i'm not sure
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