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I have problem reading data on Windows 2000 from the CD R/W that I burned from Mac OS. I burned the CD in 3 "sessions" and I can see 3 CD icons on Mac desktop and all the stuff burned each time can be found in each icon folder respectively. But in Windows 2000, I can only see the data from the last time/session I burned the CD.

I want to know a way of reading the data out that I burned from the first 2 sessions, on Win 2K. The software I used for burning was Toast Titanium and I chose was "Mac OS extended and PC hybrid".

Thanks.

idOle
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Normally on the PC side only the data from the last session is visible.
You can try ISObuster on this disk but I'd go back and created a standard ISO9600 single session CD on the MAC
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