I use DirectCD to format CD-R disks so I can move data across just like moving files from one folder to another. Problem is that many of the CD-R disks I use to store files become unreadable after a time - the CD burner just can't access the disk. Result is I have to use CDRInspector program to resurect the files but many files have lost most of their data & so unreadable and many more become readable but lose their file name & so are "unnamed-0001, unnamed-0002" etc. The problem is apparently that files become "overlapped" somehow. It usually happens after I've added sets of files over a period of time. Direct CD is much simpler than using multisessions with Nero because I can only read the files in the last session - I can't access files from earlier sessions with Nero. Any suggestions why Direct CD formatted disks fail?