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  1. I've searched far and wide for an answer to this issue - Hope someone can help on this forum.. I've been burning photograph files to DVD's as 'Data' on my Mac for clients for many years but recently a new client with Windows OS are inserting my disks and only seeing an audio file... I use Toast Titanium pro 11 on an iMac running elCapitan 10.11.6 and burn on Verbatim 43533 DVD-R 4.7GB 16x Printable Most of my previous clients have Windows OS 7 to 10 and have no issues reading my data DVD disks yet i tried one of my own Data DVD's in a new PC (win10) at home and the same happened to me - it was only recognised as an audio file. I don't know anything about windows OS.. is there something that I can tell my new client to change on their computer to be able to read my Data DVD's? or is something else going on?
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