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Burning *.avi file on a mac...help


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Hello everyone,
I have 2 computers, a mac and a pc.
I have burned some *.avi files on a cd using dragon burn (NTI) but the burn is not recognized by the pc. It recognizes the cd as empty but closed (0 space on it, 0 used space).
Did I do something wrong? is there suppose to be a compatibility problem with burned cds?

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