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DirectCD and cd1000 and File Error viewing on cd1000

I took some photos, decided to use DirectCD (1st time user) to view them instead of finalizing the mini-disc. It worked fine, and I attached some of the photos to an email. A week later when I was using the mini-CD again, I tried to view photos in the camera and some of them (the ones I sent via the emai?) could no longer be viewed - a blue screen came up on the LCD for those photos and when I click on it, it said File Error. It had me worried that I had 'lost' the photos, but when I put the mini-CD into any cd-rom I can view all the photos (I took some additional photos and must have finalized the mini-CD since the DirectCD viewing). So, the question is: what's happened? Can I reset the files so I can view all of them in the camera (although not that big of a deal)? -Rich

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Re: DirectCD and cd1000 and File Error viewing on cd1000

I've had some errors on my discs. What I've found is after you finalize them, if there is still room on the disc you can initialize then and use the empty space still on them. This can also fix some error, and I don't know why.

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