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Help!!! Can't read stuffit file(s)

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I wanted to do a backup so I put all the files I wanted to back up i na stuffit file. I then used TOAST to back up the file to a cd. It took 7 cd's. Now cd can't be read. I'm able to load the stuffit file on the other cd's onto my hard drive but they won't open or expand because it wants disc 1. Any ideas?
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