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cd burns nothing but audio track

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by dbeamgeek, Sep 10, 2003.

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  1. dbeamgeek

    dbeamgeek Thread Starter

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    My burnner will burn nothing but an audio track, no matter what.

    Something else thats odd, today I put a CD in a CD-ROM, different from the comp it was burnned on, and all the files on the CD were recognized. I took it out, put it back in, and now all it sees is a single audio track.

    Any idea how to get those files visible again?
    Know of any app that can get deep into the contents of a CD?
     
  2. Bruce319

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    If your cd burner is new, I would check to see if the jumpers in the back are set correctly. If your cd burner isn't new, then check your all your settings on your cd burner software.
     
  3. dbeamgeek

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    Yep, done all that. What is really screwy is how the CD-ROM in the other computer first saw the data on the disc, then after reinserting the disc into the same CD-ROM, it saw it as a single audio track. Ever heard of that before?
     
  4. Bruce319

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    No I haven't.
    So did you end up fixing the problem?
     
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