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[SOLVED] can't see all tracks on cd

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  1. ej

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    Hi, I burned a multisession data cdr with nero, then put it in another pc with a Matshita cr-563 cdrom. All I see is the first track. I tried other cd's with data files and some showed the files as audio tracks!? I installed isobuster and cdimage, both said the cd was blank! Any help appreciated.
     
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    Is that an older cdrom? What is the speed of it.....some older ones won't read burnt cds at all, and on others you can install a file from adpatec, the file escapes me at the moment, that may allow you to read it.
     
  3. Whitestar

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    if the cdrom is an old one, it might not be seing the other sessions. the old ones generally dont.
     
  4. ej

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    yes, its pretty old. 2x maybe! Wonder what the adaptec program is?
     
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    Some very early (2x and 4x) CD-Roms were not capable of reading multisession CD's or packet writing (UDF). These I believe are the same as the Panasonic 563's. I had one that ran off an old Sound Blaster card and it wouldn't read multisession either.
     
  7. ej

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    yeah, I gave up. thanks for all your input!
     
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