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My CD shows "TRACK01.CDA"

I use Xcdroast which has a verify feature. I use that feature whenever I 
burn CDs. Takes longer, but it's worth it.
Bill Phillips wrote:
> At 22:23 2002-05-27 -0400, Bill Horne wrote:
> >It was copied with a Wintel machine, using the CD burner program that came w
> ith the CD-R drive. The other five disks in the set look OK, so I suspect we 
> fat fingered an option when copying the first one.
> Seen this happen. In fact, I produced a half dozen coasters, most of which we
> re just as you described - Win98 was mistaking them for audio discs.
> In my case, I was burning no-name "8x" CDRs on a borrowed 8x burner. The prob
> lem went away when I switched to burning them at 4x.
> I think maybe one or two of the discs I burned at 8x actually came out all ri
> ght. The rest were a disaster.
> One other thing ... there is a Win utility called "isobuster" that is intende
> d for reading damaged and non-standard CDs. I haven't tried it yet. It's free
> ware (I think there are extra features when you register). This might read yo
> ur problem disc.
> ... or not ...
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