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I am an senior citizen (77) of this country and I never experienced such dificulties up[censored] a simple thing like being able to open my Packet CD's, Burned on my Compaq with windows 98se and C-Quadrat into packet CDs! Over the last ten years! My current HP model p6213w PC with Windows 7 will recognize the CD inserted and shows some formatting files - like "Autorun" and others! And I try to follow directions but I never get to open it still the same! I down loaded several Fix it programs Which after registering only ask for money, but never advice me on fixing what I need fixed! That is a whole world of con-artist in the internet world!

I really wish to send this directly to HP!

I also find that most of you digital techs always manage to make us clients to agree to maintain a decent decorum and not call you names -- But seems OK to con your clients!

I will consider to make contact with our president if necessary to disband some of those thieves!

I will not hold my breath waiting for a good answer from you either!

DFT (Dumb Frank Truppe)

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The software is now the property of Roxio circa 1999.

 

Try downloading InCD 4 Reader from the following link and see if it works;

 

InCD 4

 

If that does not work, you may need to try a recovery software such as IsoBuster and recover the data from the disks and reburn them using your current CD burning tool.

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Your suggestiondidn't work for Win 7!

 

 

The software is now the property of Roxio circa 1999.

 

Try downloading InCD 4 Reader from the following link and see if it works;

 

InCD 4

 

If that does not work, you may need to try a recovery software such as IsoBuster and recover the data from the disks and reburn them using your current CD burning tool.

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Your suggestiondidn't work for Win 7!

I assume that you tried InCD 4, what about the second one, IsoBuster? There site states that it works in Windows 7.

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