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Problem reading burned DVD-ROM

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I have recently bought a LG DVD+/-RW and I'm using DVD-R media.

I used Nero 6 to burn a DVD-ROM(ISO) to make a backup of my files.
The burning process worked fine but I can't read the DVD.
I did choose to finalize the dvd.

In disc info it says that the DVD has one Session(3GB) with one track(same size) Data mode 1.

How do I read the files from this DVD?
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Question by:neocoder
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To read the files, you should not select to make an iso. select copy data instead; the iso is only for making a cd-image file

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You should be able to read it with ISOBuster: http://www.isobuster.com/
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