Multi session disk

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    Multi session disk

    Hi

    I need to access a session on a burnt disk that was burnt as a multisession disk, All that i can presently see is the last session that has been burnt.

    Thanx

    Running Mandrake 9.2

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    Wink

    Just right click your cd drive in my computer or window explorer. And then choose properties. You will see every session you have burnt. Choose the one you want to access.

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    > Just right click your cd drive in my computer or window explorer
    So mandrake is a windows OS now is it?
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    >So mandrake is a windows OS now is it?
    Trying hard last I heard.

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    Sorry I don't even know what is mandrake ? I think mandrake is one of cd burning software.

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    Mandrake is a linux distro.

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    hmmmmph!

    thanx for the help afreedboy
    least you r now informed , as for me ,, well im still at the same place .. wondering ,,
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    Originally posted by afreedboy
    Sorry I don't even know what is mandrake ? I think mandrake is one of cd burning software.
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    Originally posted by Prelude
    >So mandrake is a windows OS now is it?
    Trying hard last I heard.

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    Both. Or is it Fedora now?

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    SuSE, Redhat (Fedora), and Mandrake are the newbie friendly distros.

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    >>SuSE, Redhat (Fedora), and Mandrake are the newbie friendly distros.

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