Cd Extra or Mixed CD mode?

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What I want to do is make an audio cd (which uses the .cda format) and also put some other files on the disc for when it is used in a computer such as some pictures and an .exe file as well. I used Nero version 6.6.0.1 and selected CD Extra. The disc burnt fine and under cd info it has session 1 as having the audio content and session 2 as having the data content. When I open the disc in windows explorer the only thing I see is the audio files. If I try making a "mixed mode Cd" the opposite happens, I can see the data files when i open the cd but not the audio files. So how can I view all the files on the CD?

Many Thanks,
Steve.
 
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What I want to do is make an audio cd (which uses the .cda format) and also put some other files on the disc for when it is used in a computer such as some pictures and an .exe file as well. I used Nero version 6.6.0.1 and selected CD Extra. The disc burnt fine and under cd info it has session 1 as having the audio content and session 2 as having the data content. When I open the disc in windows explorer the only thing I see is the audio files. If I try making a "mixed mode Cd" the opposite happens, I can see the data files when i open the cd but not the audio files. So how can I view all the files on the CD?

Many Thanks,
Steve.
You can make an audio CD or a data CD, but not both types on one disc.
 
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