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Old Feb 17, 2002, 09:49 AM
harry1 harry1 is offline
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Default cdrw problems!!!

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I have a sony 140e version 1.0n burner and i am using abcd version1.5 for my cdrw's. I recently formatted a verbatim cdrw. i drag and dropped some folders from my d-drive to the burner through explorer. i ejected cd through abcd. reinserted cd checked it everything was there it worked perfect, but when i went to my friends house. who has a copmq pressario and inserted the cd in his drive it showed all the folders and said there was 511mb used. but when you opened any of the folders nothing was there?I also put it in his dvd drive and it did thr same thing. I came back home and put the cd in my computer and everything was there!!! what is the problem?

thanks in advance.::
Old Feb 17, 2002, 03:27 PM
Jock in a Frock Jock in a Frock is offline
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It sounds like your mate does not have a UDF reader installed (DirectCd or InCD for instance). A freeware reader is available from

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