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I was trying to backup my files and got half way through and had to put in a new CD. And then when CD is loaded it comes up saying to insert CD.

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Wither the new cd is not empty or damage, try to put a brand new CD .

I prefer when you backup your files, dont use the backup program cause if you need to restore something you have to extract them all, I realy recommend to devide your files as they are on their format to 5 cds ( images / documents / etc....) so at any time you can find your files easily .

good luck

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