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"finalize" Made My Disc Unreadable


RollyB

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DigitalMedia Home v7

 

I made a back-up of some important files and Finalized the disc. Then I could not access anything on the disc. UGH! I made another test back-up and did not Finalize it; it was readable; then I Finalized it and it became unreadable.

 

Two questions: Why did that happen? How can I recover the files on the disc? -- I really need them.

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DigitalMedia Home v7

 

I made a back-up of some important files and Finalized the disc. Then I could not access anything on the disc. UGH! I made another test back-up and did not Finalize it; it was readable; then I Finalized it and it became unreadable.

 

Two questions: Why did that happen? How can I recover the files on the disc? -- I really need them.

What you are describing make no sense!

 

Open the program that you used click on Help – About and tell use what it reports, name, version numbers & builds!

 

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What you are describing make no sense!

 

Open the program that you used click on Help – About and tell use what it reports, name, version numbers & builds!

 

Module Name: PX Engine

Build: 4.2.58a, 16

Copyright: Sonic Solutions 2004

 

Module Name: Sonic RecordNow Audio

Version: 2.0.2

Build: 203B19F, SSO

Serial Number: xxx

Copyright: Sonic Solutions 2004

 

Module Name: Home

Copyright: Sonic Solutions 2004

 

Module Name: Sonic RecordNow Data

Version: 2.0.2

Build: 203B17F, SDS

Serial Number: xxx

Copyright: Sonic Solutions 2004

 

Module Name: Launch Backup

Build: 203B17F, SDS

Copyright: Sonic Solutions 2004

 

Module Name: Sonic RecordNow Copy

Version: 2.0.2

Build: 203B18C, SSO

Serial Number: xxx

Copyright: Sonic Solutions 2004

 

Module Name: Launch MyDVD

Serial Number: xxx

Copyright: Sonic Solutions 2004

 

 

 

 

 

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