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    Did you boot with the LiveCD? Did you login as root or use the sudo command?
    Try
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    I use 2 applications to burn ISO images to CD or DVD. On Windows, I use Alcohol 120%, and on linux I use k3b which uses growisofs in the background. Both work very well. Mostly I use k3b these days as I am about 98% migrated totally to Linux.
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    Thanks for your help, guys. I was finally able to extract my files after using Ubuntu. Thanks again!

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