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OS 10.4 - How Can I Burn a CD-R And Have the Windows that I Want Opened to be Open?

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I want to burn CD-Rs, using the Mac OS X Finder. I can do this, but after burning and ejecting the disk and putting it back in, there is no window open in the Finder. The CD does appear on my desktop, but no windows are opened.

I believe that the Finder should keep the same windows that I had opened when I burned the disk. Is there any way to do this with the Finder's built-in CD-R burning software or would I have to acquire other burning software that let's me specify which windows to open when the disk is read?
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