DeepBurner Issue

Posted on 2006-06-05
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Last Modified: 2010-04-03
hi i have a problem in deep burner or directory listing in DVD rom drive
wht i m doing is create a multi session dvd
burn some files
and another time i append the session and burn some more files
and when i m viewing the files in DVD ROM it is showing me the files which i burn first time i cant see any files which i burn second time and when i m watching the files in DVD writer it is showing me all the files which i burn first time and second time
can any body tell me which thing i m missing
Question by:mubbsher
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It sounds like your DVDROM isn't multi-session capable.  DeepBurner doesn't have a feature to close a multisession CD or DVD, but you can do this, use WinImage or ExpressBurn to create an ISO of your CD or DVD, then burn it back as a non-multisession disk.  Other shareware or commercial programs allow you to just close off a multisession disk to make it non-multisession, but these utils cost, and it still may not work perfectly in your player.

Good Luck,
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In Nero, for instance, the command to close a multisession cd is 'finalize' but I'm still not sure that'll guarantee it'll work with your player.

- gurutc
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