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Contents of CD not appearing

When I insert the CD-R (Fujifilm) into my drive, the contents of the CD aren't displayed. Checked properties and it says there's 0% disk space available. I know files are there. Driver not reading CD. Tried on two different computers.

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  • sueg1 Feb 18, 2009

    When I insert my CD of photos (put on disc at Asda) the fuji box appears on the screen but I am unable to view the images individually although I can run a slide show. Ihave just bought this computer and the discs did work on my old computer. Can anyone advise please? Do I need to download any thing? Thanks.

  • Anonymous Mar 09, 2009

    when purchased in 2007, I could get contents of all my CDs on display;
    today (no matter how I try) nothing works & no one will give me an
    answer. Can anyone H-E-L-P. I am using Fuji, Maxell, TDK, Verbatim
    & Playo brands.


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1.either cd is overwritten
2.cd is corrupted/scratched/ there may be heavy deposit of dust over cd
3.parameters of cd and drive's lens may be different;that depends on the material used for manufacturing cd. but this happens only in some cases provided when your drive is of older version .

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