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[filmscanners] RE: CD RW Problem



Thanks for all the good information. I am using Adapcet's Direct CD Creator
program.  I will look for an updated version of the software and updated
drivers for my Sony CRX140E burner.
I like the idea of using CD-R's rather than CD-RW's.  I think this will be a
more stable solution.
Any ideas on how I can access files on the damaged CD?  I shot a wedding
(not an assignment but as a guest) and got some great shots.  I can see the
.jpg files in explorer but cannot open them.  When I try to open one my PC
hangs up and usually requires a reboot.  I have tried running Adapcet's fix
disk but that did not work.  There are other files on this disk in different
folders that I can open, however none can be opened in the effected folder.
Thanks to all for the good information.  John Rossi

-----Original Message-----
From: filmscanners_owner@halftone.co.uk
[mailto:filmscanners_owner@halftone.co.uk]On Behalf Of Arthur Entlich
Sent: Thursday, October 10, 2002 2:09 AM
To: cjrossi1942@attbi.com
Subject: [filmscanners] Re: CD RW Problem

Although I am no big fan of Memorex products (whoever makes them... they
don't), I suspect the problem is Adaptec's Direct CD program, if that is
what you are using.  Many have complained about lost files and folders
with that program.  Also, I found if I wrote a disk with an open session
with an earlier version of CDCreator, and then tried to write a new
session or close the disk with a different version of the software
sometimes the whole disk becomes unreadable (and un-erasable, and
therefore unusable, BTW).

Art

John Rossi wrote:

> Yikes - I have been storing scans and digital photos on Memorex CD-RW 4X
> disks.  I was massaging a wedding photo in PS 7.0 and saved it to the
disk.
> Once done I could not open any of the saved wedding photos that were all
in
> the same directory, it also appears that another directory has
disappeared!
>
> This is not the first time I have had strange things happen while using
this
> brand disk.  The other day I would save a file view it only to later find
it
> missing (different disk, same brand).  Has anyone had similar experiences?
> Is there a more reliable  brand of CD-RW disk I could use?
> Thanks,  John Rossi
>
>
>


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