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Posted on 2002-06-19
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Are there any way to continue recording on a multisession CD a closed by misatke? If it is possable - how to do that ?

- I see this is stupid question :-)
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NO, NO NO !!!
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No, but why don't you just record the info onto a new CDR, and continue from there.

I hope this helps !


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by:Kyle Schroeder
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Yeah, SysExpert has the best idea, just copy the info from the closed disc to the harddrive, then begin reburning without closing sessions.

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by:HJohnson
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No.  (CDR's are cheap - use a new one)
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by:mmilan
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I have done that :-) Thank's too all (and cheap... that is relative, depends in which part of the world you live :-)
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by:HJohnson
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hmmm, CDR's here (BC, Canada) can got as little as $.60 each CAN.
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by:mmilan
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Than for you there is cheap, I'm from Serbia and it's about 0,70 US $
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by:Kyle Schroeder
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mmilan:

If SysExperts information resolved your question, then click the "Accept Comment as Answer" button on the line with his name.

Thanks!

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by:Kyle Schroeder
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????????? YOu still there mmilan?

Please return and resolve the question.

Thanks!

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