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Old Feb 11, 2002, 11:41 AM
griffi griffi is offline
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Angry My CD-R drive can't see all files on CD [; ; win98SE]

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I burned a backup of my hard drive using Drive Image and an HP CD-RW. The first CD of the backup set has three files on it: backup.pqi, bootimg.bin, and bootcat.bin. However, my LG 52X CR-R drive can only see the .bin files -- it cannot see the .pqi file! For the backup to be any good the .pqi file must be accessible. The HP CD-RW drive can see all three files just fine. I also checked the disk on another computer with CD-R and CD-RW drives and both drives could see all three files. Only my LG 52X CD-R is unable to see the .pqi file. Can anyone tell me why this should be so?

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Old Feb 12, 2002, 11:23 AM
griffi griffi is offline
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Sorry if I'm missing something, but how is the link you provided (to someone's post asking where to buy cheap CD media) responsive to my question?


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