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OS 10.3 - CD mounting problems

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Some of the CDs I put into my new mac won't mount, I can't see them on the desktop or in any programs. Some of them are burned CDs (burned in either Windows XP or SUSE 9.2) but one is the installation disk for iLife '04 (I find it strange that that CD won't mount). Can I force a mount through the command line or something?
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