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InCD Error - 6/26/2003 12:12:50 AM   
Ulster

 

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When I try to access my disk I get the error:

E:/ is not accessable
The folder was moved or removed.

The disk is still showing that there is data on it. I really need some of these files for work.

Any ideas? Thanks in advance for any help!

Thanks
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RE: InCD Error - 6/26/2003 12:54:56 AM   
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To be able to help you, members of the forum will need a bit more information:

- What version of InCD are you using?
- Under what Windows version are you working?
- What is the recorder you are using? (And what media)
- What are the steps to do to reproduce your issue/you did you arrive to this error message?


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RE: InCD Error - 6/26/2003 1:31:52 AM   
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The version of InCD that I am using is 3.5.220, on a TDK VeloCD 40/12/48X on TDK CD-RW disks. I am using windows 2000. When I inset the disk, the InCD dialog box pops up stating that the disk was accepted. When I go through my computer and click on the disk drive, I receive the error.

Hope this is what you are looking for...

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RE: InCD Error - 6/26/2003 2:31:46 AM   
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Does "The disk is still showing that there is data on it" mean that when you right-click on the burner's drive icon and choose Properties, you get reasonable displays of capacity, etc.? Was the disc formatted to MRW (Mt. Rainier) or non-MRW (UDF 1.50)? Have you changed hardware or software recently?

You could try to read your disc on another computer, possibly after installing EasyWriteReader 3.3.2.0; see the instructions in this thread:

http://www.cdrinfo.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=10507

This thread also gives links to CD recovery software; ISO Buster might be a good choice.

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