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Posted 09 February 2005 - 07:07 PM
Posted 11 February 2005 - 12:42 AM
If it's got your personal stuff on it it must be a CD-RW not a CD-ROM? Did you test it after recording stuff on it or did you just assume that the recording had worked? I have had one or two similar experiences using the Adaptec burner. What burner did you use? CD-RWs can get corrupted - perhaps being badly stored near electromagnetics or perhaps a sub-standard flawed disc you bought? Does your burner have no 'disc repair' facility?
Is Anyone aware of some sort of amazing software that will repair a cd-rom? I have a CD full of software and mp3's, Family photos etc.. The Cd will not play. When I click the properties on the CD it tells Me that the CD has 0 free space and 0 total space. Any Ideas?
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