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How to read one Session on a Multisession CD

Posted on 1998-11-07
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We are using HP SureStore 6020i to write multisession CD.
It seems like while the last writing the last session
"overwrites" the first one. But as far as I know it is
impossible. How to read the first session on the CD?
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Question by:mikle081198
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rmarotta earned 100 total points
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mikle,
You might not want to hear this, but I'm afraid that you may have lost the first session's data.  The recorder doesn't "overwrite" the first session, but if you don't import it to be included in subsequent sessions, that data will be lost.
You might be able to read prior sessions on a CD in the recorder though, using your recording software.
If successful, simply copy that data to be included into another session.
Let me know if you need more.
Regards,
Ralph
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by:hughjarse
ID: 1128526
Youll find only the cd recorder will read this disk.
I would copy it back to hard drive and then redo in the same session
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