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« on: September 07, 2009, 05:40:28 PM »

What I want to do is make an audio cd (which uses the .cda format) and also put some other files on the disc for when it is used in a computer such as some pictures and an .exe file as well. I used Nero version and selected CD Extra. The disc burnt fine and under cd info it has session 1 as having the audio content and session 2 as having the data content. When I open the disc in windows explorer the only thing I see is the audio files. If I try making a "mixed mode Cd" the opposite happens, I can see the data files when i open the cd but not the audio files. So how can I view all the files on the CD?

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« Reply #1 on: June 19, 2012, 04:54:47 AM »

Hey Steve..
You need to create an autorun.inf file and place it into the CD. When the CD is put into the drive, Windows search for this file and then runs it. You need to place this file in the root folder. I hope this was helpful..
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