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Recovering Lost Folders


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Earlier today I found an article showtopic=159 and can no longer find it. My problem is that I burned several folders to a CD-R. A few days later I wanted to burn more and the message was "this disc is not full, do you want to add more" or something like that. I said Yes and my new folders now showed up but the others had disappeared. I think they are there as aren't they permanent once you burn them? I am looking for the topic that told how to retrieve these but cannot find it and I think it had to do with the indexes. I have Easy CD Creator 5. I should have printed it out but thought I'd be able to find it again. Can anyone help?

 

Thanks.

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Earlier today I found an article showtopic=159 and can no longer find it. My problem is that I burned several folders to a CD-R. A few days later I wanted to burn more and the message was "this disc is not full, do you want to add more" or something like that. I said Yes and my new folders now showed up but the others had disappeared. I think they are there as aren't they permanent once you burn them? I am looking for the topic that told how to retrieve these but cannot find it and I think it had to do with the indexes. I have Easy CD Creator 5. I should have printed it out but thought I'd be able to find it again. Can anyone help?

 

Thanks.

 

Here is the link you wanted (it is also linked from FREQUENT ANSWERS) -

http://forums.support.roxio.com/index.php?showtopic=159

 

Lynn

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Lynn,

 

Thank you so much. I have printed the article to save for future goofs. I followed the instructions and have all my folders back. Thanks again.

 

You're welcome.

 

And my thanks also to Brendon for packing up that post and moving it form the old Roxio boards to this site.

 

Lynn

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