> cd-r are a one time only.once burned to nothing else can be added...in
> order to keep on adding to your cd you will need to use cd-rw discs.
> Posted via 'Microsoft Windows Vista Community Forums - Vistaheads'
*smit_tay* is trying to do multisession which does allow Data such as
pictures or MP3s to be added to a DVD-r or CD-r. There seems to be a
problem with some Vista os not being able to see data made using xp os
and vise versa. Luckly , for me, I don't have this problem but so many
people do. I have burned multisission DVDs on my Vista machine and tried
to see them on my duaghter's XP and the only thing that showed up was
the first session. I then found that a program called "burn-aware"
version 220.127.116.11 was being given away and I tried downloading it and
installing it. I burned several sessions with it and windows Vista saw
all the sessions and allowed me to add to it and when I made another
session using "Burnaware" it could see all the sessions made with Vista.
I then took it over to my daughter's computer and XP could see all the
sessions. I was going to recommend that everyone having problems with
burning on Vista should download "Burnaware" and try it out. I find it
is no longer being offered for free. Now I find *majorgeeks* still
offers it. '|MG| BurnAware Free Edition 1.3'
Give it a try and let us know how it works for you.