The last time I read one of those MRI CDs (several years ago), I had to click Start -> Computer, then click on the DVD/CD drive and find the executable program on it. If you've done that and still don't see anything on the disc, you should contact the folks who gave it to you for further info. I don't remember exact details, but I remember it taking a little navigation to get to what I wanted. When you do get it open, you probably won't see anything but X-ray like pictures which often take a radiologist to interpret.
I just had an MRI done and was given a cd rom. When I try and access it appears empty. When I look at properties however it shows no free space. Has anyone ever encountered this type of issue? Is it simply having the right program in which to open it? Or is it really empty? My husband says it appears to have been burned. Thanks in advance for any ideas or suggestions! I really don't want to wait a month for my results and while I am no professional, I can at least get an idea of what they will be!!!
computer is an Acer Aspire w/ Windows Vista...not that i think any of that helps If you have any questions let me know. I'm sure I probably left out needed info.