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Trouble reading data on a CD

I put a few picture files on a CD-R so I could save them on a different computer. I can see the files on the computer in my room but when I try to put them on the computer downstairs, it does not even let me access the CD. Audio CDs work just fine though.

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Hi There,

When you write to a CD by storing photos etc you need to take
another step before any other CD reader can access the data you have stored.

When you wrote to the CD originally you will have used a prioprietry software, along with that software there will be another menu line that says click here to make this CD readable by other computers.

I dont know what software you used to write to the CD but I suggest that you have a look for this text line on the menu to guide you thru this excercise..
Cheers From YUBEUT

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