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Old 08-25-2007, 08:52 PM   #1
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Default Help! I cant make a data CD!!!

OK, I must be stupid or something!!!!

I can not see my data burned to a CD using Windows explorer and CD BurnerXP. In BurnXP I click on "Data CD" and then click on add files. I select files I want to burn and they show up properly on the list. I then click on "Burn Disk" in the lower right corner and the disk burns and verifys. Then when I look at the disk with windows explorer there is nothing there. I don't understand the ISO image thing and that me be my major problem. I just want the files I select to show up on the CD and be able to copy back from the CD when desired. I am using Windows XP now.

I am using CD-R disks I am not sure how great they are. After I burned the CD I right clicked the CD drive and went to properties, it said that the CD was now full but nothing is on it. It was blank before I burned it.

Its strange everything seems to work properly can someone give me a good free cd burning software? maybe that is my solution?

Any help is appreciated.
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Old 08-25-2007, 08:59 PM   #2
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Default Re: Help! I cant make a data CD!!!

nvm now that i check the cds again my files appear
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