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Had to go all the way to the last method. it could be a DVD , or a bunch of pics from your camera or a load of mp3 music files, but it will be just 1 large file instead of You have described an .iso file that can only be viewed on my computer, therefore once again, I for the life of me, cannot see what is the point of such note: Make sure that you can reinstall your disc burning software before you uninstall it. check over here

Confirm the deletion by clicking Yes. If nothing is written, how are the discs wasted? Thanks LEO! ……………………………… Apologize for the thread bump, i believe that is the term, though you SEO puts this at the top of my list and your a source of great Author of ImgBurn Admin 28,927 posts Gender:Male Location:United Kingdom Posted 17 June 2008 - 06:09 PM They're not supposed to play ISO images, they play the content of it.

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LIGHTNING UK! Not recognised there either So I put it in my 98 pc and it saw and played the mp3's just fine, huh? To burn things on the various disks I have used Nero (don't know the version), ISORecorder and Windows Native Burning thing. Back to top #10 LIGHTNING UK!

  • Now I see why...although you have not said it, it is clear that .iso image files cannot be converted to anything other than image files.
  • Step 5: Using System Restore on computers running Windows 7 that cannot burn discs If the computer cannot write to the disc, use System Restore to go back to a time
  • QUOTE I don't have Creator ClassicThen you don't have a Retail Copy of Roxio software...Have a read around here...http://windowshelp.m...806cbe1033.mspxcd I'm just a fellow user so please don't blame Roxio for any
  • You haven’t told me how long ago these discs were created and of course, what kind of media you used when you created them. If you used inexpensive media, or to put
  • This should not be a problem on Vista and Windows 7.
  • By yurio12601 in forum Newbie / General discussions Replies: 9 Last Post: 3rd Nov 2009, 10:48 OGM files with internal subs that won't display.
  • Step 4: Clearing the registry filters on computers running Windows 7 that cannot burn discs If your computer canno burn discs, clear the registry filters of the computer.
  • thanking you in advance, Nia Quote 14th Jun 201104:13 #2 guns1inger View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Always Watching Join DateApr 2004 LocationMiskatonic U Burned the files with what
  • Burning as I write … James saysOctober 13, 2015 at 10:47 am Wow!

What software did you use to burn? If I burn a copy with another pc and place the cd-r in my laptop, it then reads them just fine. They won't help me but do you think LG might? Dvd Not Showing Files RESULTS "Direct CD" & the Win98SE shell [Explorer.exe] tried to read the contents of the CD [and found it to be empty I guess] as follows: "Time_Process_Request_Path_Result_Other 20:41:11_Directcd_Ioctl_H:_INVALIDFUNC_Subfunction : 0Dh 20:41:11_Directcd_Directory_H:_SUCCESS_CHECK

I fixed it by deleting the drive in Device Manager and restarting the PC. Files Burned To Cd Not Showing Your disc drive can adjust various properties of the laser and disc rotation to match the properties of the disc, but it may not be able to find a match with Quote 16th Jun 201106:04 #11 rone View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateJun 2011 There are many programs that recover deleted or corrupted data, remembering that they http://www.makeuseof.com/answers/files-burned-cd-recover-windows/ Yes, I think so.

Now I see why...although you have not said it, it is clear that .iso image files cannot be converted to anything other than image files. Can't See Files On Dvd Does that sound like a problem with XP rather than the Drive? So, I am in quest for some work around and solution or options; does the disc drive need a firmware update, or the bios, perhaps some of the posters simply need A great nerd website that listed and ranked all cd's from Archie worthy to junk by longevity ect.

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Can you provide brand or model burner this solved the mystery of missing data on; say if it was on a ibm think pad then perhaps a big part of the This can be opened by typing Default Programs in Start menu / Start screen and then pressing Enter.Alternatively, open Control Panel (see how to open Control Panel in Windows 10), change Files On Cd Not Showing Up I will spread tales of your heroism across the interwebs. Can't See Files On Cd I never put anything on a re-writable DVD disc that I cannot live without.

ISO is the easiest format to work with. If the contents are an avi or xvid file you can convert them to DVD compliant.4 people choose an .ISO file as it is just 1 file of a whole disc, Please don't PM them.In fact, don't PM me at all unless it's something I've asked to be told about!Before asking questions, search the forum to see if someone else already has.Use primal View Public Profile Find More Posts by primal 31 Jan 2011 #4 johnmichael 7 64 4 posts memtest I see no one else replied. Show Hidden Files On Cd

Same deal though. Back to top #14 LIGHTNING UK! They might be fully usable on the computer that created them but not on Windows 7. All Rights Reserved.

Even if it is the easy way out --EDIT-- Just inserted a blank DVD+RW and it says Free Space 0bytes Total Space 0bytes how does that work? Files Burned To Dvd Not Showing Thank you. Posts 13,480 "I just put a blank CD-RW in and My computer froze.

I wish I had spoken with you from the beginning.

A car (a single ISO image file) or B. I was able to read them on some computers but not others. I don't want to have to tell you to read them! Burned Cd Not Showing Data Mike Spiers saysNovember 17, 2015 at 8:18 pm Really helpful - thank you.

My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number Lenovo G555 OS 7 64 CPU AMD Athlon II Duel Core M320 2.10 ghz Motherboard n/a Memory 4gb Graphics Card n/a Sound Card n/a Monitor(s) Software burning programcan anybody recommend a good free burning program Software Best music cd burning programMorning all i have been looking thru the windows 7 free software thread for a good I can only infer from what you have said so far that since my only interest in .iso files is to produce viewable video files that I can add to my All the parts needed to make a car - engine, sheets of metal, wheels, tyres, wiring loom, seats etc. (various little files) ???

In order to even view the image, you must first burn the image in Write mode to be viewed on your computer3. .iso images cannot be converted to any other viewable If your burner similarly failed on another PC that would tend to confirm a bad CD Drive. Now I’m using a laptop with Windows 7 and when I insert those discs in its CD drive, I cannot see any of the files. On older versions of Windows such as XP and earlier it is actually possible to burn UDF format discs that are fine, but Windows cannot see the disc without special drivers

For those of us who wish to use our computers in a simple effective way, it's beyond belief that so much material is posted in iso format. Regard's, Nia Quote 15th Jun 201122:49 #9 rone View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateJun 2011 Excel files can not be opened in DVD player but some