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missing nero sessions

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  1. Snow Bunnie

    Snow Bunnie Thread Starter

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    Help!

    I've recently returned from travelling. A few times during my trip, I took my digicam into an internet cafe and had the people there download the files from the camera, and burn them onto a CD-R disk. I had this done five different times over the course of the vacation.

    Now I'm home, and I have this disk, but I can only access the most recent session. Windows explorer tells me that there's nothing else on the disk.

    I recently installed nero 5, and it shows that there are five different "tracks" on the disk, but it will only show me the files contained in the most recent session.

    How do I get to the other four sessions/tracks?

    Thanks!
     
  2. jameso321

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  3. Akito

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    Download and install ISO buster (you don't need to pay for it)

    http://www.smart-projects.net/isobuster/

    When you scan the disk, it will show you the other tracks. You can then extact the data by right clicking on what you want and hitting extract..
     
  4. Snow Bunnie

    Snow Bunnie Thread Starter

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    Well, The program CD_diagnostic was able to locate and display the files.
    Iso buster didnt' work at all.
    But I don't have the $$ to purchase CD_diagnostic at the moment.


    I was hoping someone could tell me why nero can "see" those files, but I can't seem to extract them. I don't know nero that well, and I thought the problem might be something simple, like I just haven't learned how to get to the right place in the program where I can access the files.

    thanks.
    B
     
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