It's just a data CD I need to make for my family of a Filemaker Pro database I made.
But that brings up another subject. If you don't mind, I have a music CD which is literally irreplaceable. It was live music record for a high school play for which I am doing video editing. The CD worked fine the first day, and I stupidly only transferred the first two tracks. They play fine. Then, a few weeks later, I can't get the thing to be recognized at all. It just spits out.
I finally got it to be recognized after about twenty tries ion one of my machines. The files are all doing some weird thing sort of like skipping -- or as if their corrupt in some way.
I went and got a disc cleaner, one of those units which grinds the scratches out. Worked on it all day, it still doesn't play normally -- even the first tracks which used to.
Have you ever heard of anything like this?
I wouldn't be so OT -- but this disc is truly precious to everyone involved.
All My Best,