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I've recently received a CD which contains both Audio and multimedia data, which appears to have been writen in two seperate sessions.

Whenever I insert the disk whilst running Windows '95 I can only access the Audio data.  However, if I shutdown to DOS and use the dos-based drivers then this results in being able to access the multimedia files on the disk.

I've tried this on several machines, including one which is useing the correct '95 specific drivers and the same problem occurs here too.

Any ideas?

Pete
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Try disabling your audi cd driver from win95 that way Win95 may only be forced to see data. It may work.

Eric
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