Problem when trying Multi session burning (Nero Software)

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For burning files I use Nero software. But there is a problem when I try Multi session burning. An error message appeared. It is asking me to press YES or NO button. Which one is safer? Any help would be appreciated
The disc you have inserted is not empty, but the writing mode of your compilation is ‘Start multisession’ or ‘No multisession’. This will cause the information already on the disc to be inaccessible via Windows Explorer.

Should Nero proceed with writing to the disc?

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The disc you have inserted is not empty , but the writing mode your compilation is 'Start multisession' or 'No multisession'.
This will cause the information already on the disc to be inaccessible via Windows Explorer
Should Nero proceed with writing to this disc?

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Problem when trying Multi session burning (Nero Software)

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Hello,

A multisession in Nero means that a user can write date to a disk in multiple iterations. After a first session is written to the disc, you can add data in another record because the disc has not yet been finalized.

However you will be able to see and access only the last session stored data.

 

Now to the error message you get:
"The disk you have inserted is not empty, but the writing mode of your compilation is 'Start Multisession' or 'No Multisession'. This will cause the information already on the disk to be inaccessible via Windows Explorer. Should Nero proceed with writing to this disk?"
 

This error message warns the user that there is a session already in the disk. I presume you burnt the data using the 'multisession' option and did not select the “Finalized CD” check at your previous data copying.

This error message can be ignored safely. You can click on “Yes”                       .

But, you will be able to see and access only the last session stored data. The correct method is to start a multi-session on a clean disc, and thereafter sessions you can choose to “continue” the multi-session disc.

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