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Member Since: Mar 06, 2012
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Mac Specs: MacBook Pro 6.1 2.53 GHz Intel Core i5 4GB 1067 MHz DDR3

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Thanks chscag,

we may be on the right track.
Your advice *did* make all the invisible files on my hard drive visible (!!)
...but the files on the CD - not so.

I still only get the "Mac" folder showing, and I do get a single hidden file showing; so that shows that Finder is also showing all the files that it can see in the CD directory.

You mistake my purpose though - I'm not looking for hidden Mac files on the CD - I want to see the Windows files on the CD. Why?

Because the Documentation folders are with the Windows files!
There's a 130 page PDF with all of the technical data for the modem!

Now, I have used the Windows machine to get the manual copied from the CD to a flash drive, but now I want to know how I avoid a similar problem in future.

I don't want to keep a Windows laptop solely for the purpose of viewing (what would you call it? a "partition"?) the Windows part of a CD... I want to be able to use my Mac to "see" EVERYTHING that is written on the media that I load on my machine.

I still can't see all the folders and files that are visible when I view the CD on a Windows laptop.
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