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Memorex CD-R problem reading files

My computers wont read my Memorex CDR disc. I have photo files burned to it under two folders. When I insert my cd it says the date/time they files were burned to the disc, along with how much memory is left on the disk.
I can see the two folders but when I double click on them to retrieve my images nothing happens. Can you please help?

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May be you write the files protected & which burning Software You used?

Posted on Jan 06, 2008

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