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problems burning photos using Nero 6

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by larch303, Sep 1, 2004.

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  1. larch303

    larch303 Thread Starter

    Sep 1, 2004
    I wanted to burn some jpeg photos to a cdR using nero, which I have done many times with no problems.
    This time I checked the box saying create a multisession disc, as I wanted to add more later. I had never used nero for multi session before, I had used Roxio.
    It worked fine, and the photos were there, however my originals on my PC that I burned the cd from which I went to have a look at later have become unopenable. They show up using compupic as blank s, and it says they are text files, even though its shows a jpeg and states the image size etc... on the . A few of the images on the s are still there, however they can't be opened, or manipulated in anyway. One photo out of the 128 however is perfectly fine, and is normal.
    I have tried eveything to open these and try and figure out what it did to them but I have drawn a blank.
    Photoshop tells me a jpeg marker segment length is too short and may be truncated. ACDsee just has blank s like compupic with no image in them.
    As a kicker the cd I burned was damaged and I can't use it.
    I have never had the originals damaged by any software that I have burned photo cd's with, including nero.
    Can anyone tell me why it did this, and if there is anything that I could do to open these images up or is that it, they are toast. Does nero always do this to the originals if a multisession cd is burned?
    Can nero reverse this or fix the problem?
    Any help would be greatly apperciated.
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