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CD too full to read

Hi, I had photos on a CD. they didn't fill the CD and now I've added some more to it. The CD is 702MB and now has 11.6MB free space. However it won't let me view the photos and just reads the CD as blank. Anyone got any thoughts?? Thanks

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A cd cannot be to full to read. :)

If you can i would close the session. You may need to use nero or some other program to do that. Then try again. It sounds more like your second burn failed and corrupted the cd.

What software do you have available to you?

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