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Old 03-28-2003, 07:17 PM   #1
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CDRom mounted ok and suddenly all files become Inaccessible.

I have a problem with my cdroms, I has enabled automount for both CDRoms, but when I'm using those then suddenly the files become unreadable, If I was playing an mp3, it's the unique file can be readed, in gnome all lost its icons and in Nautilus I can see only the files names without it's especific icons. I has tried different combinations on the mount options, even without automount, but it fails. I also has tried various CDs, Burned myself, Originals, CDRWs and always happend the same.

I used dmesg and it's inform me about an UDF error and said someting about cruft mount.

I don't know where is the problem, but I'm looking if somebody can help me.


Two CD Units:
CD Reader 32X.
CD Writter HP.

Mandrake Linux 9.0

Anything you need to help me ask me for it.


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