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I am using Roxio easy Cd and DVd creator 6

 

After burning the DVDs by drag and drop method, the DVDs do not open. I get a message that there is an error reading the DVD and I must run scandisk. However running scandisk has not helped

 

I have about six DVDs with this problem, wherein I have some very impotant data, which I can not afford to loose

 

I seek your urgent help in overcoming this problem

 

M.M.Sethi

 

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I am using Roxio easy Cd and DVd creator 6

 

After burning the DVDs by drag and drop method, the DVDs do not open. I get a message that there is an error reading the DVD and I must run scandisk. However running scandisk has not helped

 

I have about six DVDs with this problem, wherein I have some very impotant data, which I can not afford to loose

 

I seek your urgent help in overcoming this problem

 

M.M.Sethi

 

email address deleted

First, I would suggest you edit out your email address. These are public Forums, searched by google and other search engines, which in turn are searched by spammers seeking to "harvest" email addresses for spamming purposes. All you will get from posting your email address is spam, since the volunteers who answer aren't going to use their personal email - answers will be publicly posted for general benefit.

 

Second, Packet-Writing (Drag2Disc, DirectCD, Sonic's DLA, Nero's InCD, etc), where you format the disc, is a very unrelilable method of backup. Those familiar with it use it only VERY short-term, and not for anything that would be disasterous if lost. A little more detail here. Using RW media (from a mistaken assumption as to what "RW" is) will usually aggrevate the situation.

 

Third, in the event it is possible to recover the data, you would need a Third-Party reecovery program such as cdroller (www.cdroller.com) or ISOBuster (www.isobuster.com). Both have a "trial version" that will enable you to find out if anything is recoverable.

 

Let us know how it goes.

 

Lynn

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Third, in the event it is possible to recover the data, you would need a Third-Party reecovery program such as cdroller (www.cdroller.com) or ISOBuster (www.isobuster.com). Both have a "trial version" that will enable you to find out if anything is recoverable.

 

Lynn

Lynn is correct about the frail nature of Packet Writing…

 

And the recovery programs she listed are good ones to try out.

 

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