How to get information from a cd that dosent work

Posted on 2009-04-18
Last Modified: 2013-11-14
My client has two CDs filled with pictures but his CD Rom can not read it; I tried in another CD Rom but it still not reading it,

When I look how much space is left on the CD it says free space 0 bytes and used space 0 bytes so it seams something is wrong with the disc, so I need to know how to get all the pictures form those discs.

Thank you
Question by:jfny
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    Accepted Solution

    you can try other - newer and older drives; or try this :            CDRoller                        CD recovery FREE                  ISObuster                        BadCopy Pro

    Author Comment

    non of this was helpful, any other ideas?
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    Expert Comment

    >>  non of this was helpful,   <<   this is not helpful.
    what happened? any errors , messages  when trying ?
    LVL 91

    Expert Comment

    also - how did he make the cd?  what soft - use the same to read it
    is the cd closed or not?

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