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#1 Mjbambam

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Posted 07 April 2009 - 03:18 AM

Good morning to whom it may concern,

First of all, I need to understand why did my Microsoft Folder file move from File Currently on the CD to Files Ready to Be Written to the CD after burning my latest same Microsoft Folder file directly to the CD for backup.  The name of software for burning the file(s) directly to the CD is Sonic RecordNow!  Here is my latest information about RecordNow!:  Deluxe For Dell Version 7, Build: 710B26A and Version: 7.10 DLX.  Please help me how can I get it back to the File Currently on the CD where it was before.

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Posted 07 April 2009 - 03:57 AM

QUOTE (Mjbambam @ Apr 7 2009, 06:18 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Good morning to whom it may concern,

First of all, I need to understand why did my Microsoft Folder file move from File Currently on the CD to Files Ready to Be Written to the CD after burning my latest same Microsoft Folder file directly to the CD for backup.  The name of software for burning the file(s) directly to the CD is Sonic RecordNow!  Here is my latest information about RecordNow!:  Deluxe For Dell Version 7, Build: 710B26A and Version: 7.10 DLX.  Please help me how can I get it back to the File Currently on the CD where it was before.

Best regards,

Mjbambam


That doesn't sound like a RecordNow issue; it looks like the built in Windows copy program.  Please a little more detail.  Did you just try canceling out of that move?  I haven't used that in a long time so I can't be of much help without more information.

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Posted 07 April 2009 - 04:29 AM

QUOTE (sknis @ Apr 7 2009, 03:57 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
That doesn't sound like a RecordNow issue; it looks like the built in Windows copy program.  Please a little more detail.  Did you just try canceling out of that move?  I haven't used that in a long time so I can't be of much help without more information.


First of all. I thought that my Microsoft Folder file should be in the CD permanently.  I still do not understand why did it move from the FILE CURRECTLY ON THE CD to FILES READY TO BE WRITTEN TO THE CD after trying to burn the same latest file directly to the CD even though it can be overwritten or rewritten the same file with using the proper CD-RW, but somehow my Microsoft Folder file was moved from FILE CURRENTLY ON THE CD to FILES READY TO BE WRIITEN TO THE CD.  I haven't tried to use the cancel command yet, but I am afarid that I might lose it if I cancel it out.  I hope it makes sense to you this time.      


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Posted 07 April 2009 - 04:40 AM

QUOTE (Mjbambam @ Apr 7 2009, 07:29 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
First of all. I thought that my Microsoft Folder file should be in the CD permanently.  I still do not understand why did it move from the FILE CURRECTLY ON THE CD to FILES READY TO BE WRITTEN TO THE CD after trying to burn the same latest file directly to the CD even though it can be overwritten or rewritten the same file with using the proper CD-RW, but somehow my Microsoft Folder file was moved from FILE CURRENTLY ON THE CD to FILES READY TO BE WRIITEN TO THE CD.  I haven't tried to use the cancel command yet, but I am afarid that I might lose it if I cancel it out.  I hope it makes sense to you this time.


No.  and you don't have to yell (all caps).  Are you sure they are moved and not just a new folder created?  You might get more help from MS.  How much computer knowledge do you have so we won't talk up or down to you.
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Posted 07 April 2009 - 04:52 AM

QUOTE (Mjbambam @ Apr 7 2009, 05:29 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
First of all. I thought that my Microsoft Folder file should be in the CD permanently.  I still do not understand why did it move from the FILE CURRECTLY ON THE CD to FILES READY TO BE WRITTEN TO THE CD after trying to burn the same latest file directly to the CD even though it can be overwritten or rewritten the same file with using the proper CD-RW, but somehow my Microsoft Folder file was moved from FILE CURRENTLY ON THE CD to FILES READY TO BE WRIITEN TO THE CD.  I haven't tried to use the cancel command yet, but I am afarid that I might lose it if I cancel it out.  I hope it makes sense to you this time.

A couple of points strike me ...

Are you confusing "RW" with "like a floppy"?  (RW in terms of optical media (CDs, DVDs) means "you can erase the entire disc and start over", which makes RW useful for testing, altho it is NOT a good medium for archiving.)

Did you format the disc? (That changes the rules about how things work, and also makes the disc much less useful for archiving altho it's ok for short-term things like transferring files to another computer when the original file is safely on the first computer.)

Are you adding to a disc that you have NOT formatted - in which case it will keep the TOC [Table of Contents] so you can still access the file without paying for a recovery program?

More details would be helplful.  There isn't a prize for the shortest post.

There is also the possibility, as sknis has said, that you are using Windows built-in burning, which works differently than EMC 7.  You haven't given enough details of how you are dong it to tell.

Lynn

Edited by lynn98109, 07 April 2009 - 04:52 AM.


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Posted 07 April 2009 - 05:01 AM

QUOTE (Mjbambam @ Apr 7 2009, 07:29 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
First of all. I thought that my Microsoft Folder file should be in the CD permanently.  I still do not understand why did it move from the FILE CURRECTLY ON THE CD to FILES READY TO BE WRITTEN TO THE CD after trying to burn the same latest file directly to the CD even though it can be overwritten or rewritten the same file with using the proper CD-RW, but somehow my Microsoft Folder file was moved from FILE CURRENTLY ON THE CD to FILES READY TO BE WRIITEN TO THE CD.  I haven't tried to use the cancel command yet, but I am afarid that I might lose it if I cancel it out.  I hope it makes sense to you this time.


Sounds like you are doing a session disc.  What you see is normal.  Let 'er rip.

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Posted 07 April 2009 - 05:31 AM

QUOTE (sknis @ Apr 7 2009, 04:40 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
No.  and you don't have to yell (all caps).  Are you sure they are moved and not just a new folder created?  You might get more help from MS.  How much computer knowledge do you have so we won't talk up or down to you.


I have learned something new today.  I received the Writing Wizard pop-up window after removing the CD from the CD-Drive.  After closing the door of the CD-Drive, my Microsft Folder file is now back on the CD instead of waiting to be written to the CD after selecting the Next button from the Writing Wizard pop-up window.  My solution has been solved.  Thank you for taking your time to try and help me today.  That is all I have for now, so take care, have a good one, smile and bye for now!

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