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Data disc accident

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Oceana908, Feb 22, 2004.

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  1. Oceana908

    Oceana908 Thread Starter

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    I made a data disc (CD-R) with nero 5.5 (size of data 400mb) and accidently my daughter did another burn (size of data 2mb) on the same disc, her data is there, have I lost mine completely? I seem to recall reading somewhere that there is a program for retrieving the older data?
     
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  3. Big-K

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    A cd-r or a cd-rw? With cd-r's the data is written and its there. It cant be overwritten. With cd-rw's the data is deletable. Which disc did you use?
     
  4. joe2cool

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    http://www.cdroller.com/

    Low-cost toolset for CD/DVD data recovery...........

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  5. Oceana908

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    Thanks for replies, I found my section of the disc, it was a CD-R and I didn't realise that because I hadn't used the full amount of space available it did a multi-session disc so I had to go to the volume sheet and pick the section I needed.
     
  6. joe2cool

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    Glad you got it sorted !
     
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