Vista not reading disc burnt on mac using Toast

  man_of_steel 13:25 12 Jan 08
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Hi all.

Encountered a problem on my laptop using Vista Home Premium, and registered here specially hoping to find a solution.

I use Apple Macs at work and have built up quite a collection of itunes music.

I decided to burn all my mp3, in all their respective album folders onto a DVD+RW to transfer them to itunes on my PC laptop.

It was burned as a simple data disc, not mp3 or audio, and my intention was to just drag the files and folders off the disc in the windows explorer into the default music folder in Vista.

But after inserting the disc and navigating through 'my computer' and locating the disc through Windows Explorer it say no files on disc.

They are clearly viewable on the Mac using OSX V10.4.10, so the disc has definitely been burnt successfully and verified. And they are viewable on my girlfriend's laptop, that she runs XP on.

I just can't see the files in Vista.

Kind Regards

Richard.

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