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Cant read CD/d:

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by turtleman49, Feb 12, 2005.

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  1. turtleman49

    turtleman49 Thread Starter

    Jan 25, 2005
    Umm.. this is a first, since I re-installed XPHome awhile ago it cant seem to see any images on the CD, I know theres images there, I can see them on the Cam, when I place the CD in the CD Drive and try to move the images to my C: drive it dosent display any images..to move.

    I do get the pop up of a windows CD burnner asking me if I want to create a CD, and it says I have files to be moved to a CD but but each time I check to delete the files to be moved it just loops back to the same screen,, its an endless circle.

    All I want to do is move the files/images off the CD to the C Drive

    Any ideas?

    If I let the CD Wizard write the file to the CD when its done I click Finish and I get the error window pop up that says:

    Canot delete nsftpch access is denied

    nsftpch is a DLL in my FTP that I copied to a CD, so what happens is since it cant delete it from the burn to CD window it continues to loop back asking if I want to make another copie. Any suggestions how to delete that without removing my FTP

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