A CDROM with an unusual data layout might fail to mount automatically. The File Manager Window might not display the CDROM's contents after it is inserted into the drive.
Workaround: Mount the CDROM manually:
Stop the volume manager:
Mount the CDROM:
mount -F hsfs -r device_pathname /mnt
Where device_pathname is the pathname to where in the system the CDROM drive is connected to. For example, /dev/dsk/c0t6d0s0.
CDROM drives are typically connected to c0t6d0s0 or to c0t2d0s0 at the factory, but you must use the correct pathname for this command to work.
Restart the volume manager: