This may not work though. I have not heard of a hidden file on a CD before.
With the CD in the drive, open up Windows Explorer and navigate to the CD. In Windows Explorer goto Tools > Folder Options, then the View tab.
Under "Hidden files and folders" select "Show hidden files and folders".
Then make sure that "Hide extensions for known file types" and "Hide protected operating system files" are not selected. (This last is probably not needed but it then lists everything).
Click Apply, then OK.
See if any more files now appear on the disk.
I bought my daughter an audio CD with a bonus film clip and am unable to view the film clip.When exploring d: drive, all that you can see on the CD is 4 audio tracks but nothing more.I know it's on there as I tried it at work before I got it home.I've tried updating the firmware on my Pioneer DVD 107R writer/burner but it still didn't fix it.The only bit of software I've got that will recognise the film clip is nero but it won't allow you to copy or play within nero (the options are shaded when right clicking).Has anyone got any ideas ??