Introduction An explanation of the conventions used in the book. Chapter 1: Physical Characteristics of CD and DVD Media This chapter will take the reader through the way CD and DVD media are constructed and how they work. Chapter 2: CD and DVD Logical Structure This chapter explains the file structure of CD and DVD media. Chapter 3: Collecting CD and DVD Evidence This chapter goes through the process of procuring media that will then later be examined in search of evidence. Chapter 4: Preparing for Disc Evaluation This chapter explains the proper set-up for the examiner's workstation. There is also discussion of the steps needed to get ready to actually begin the work of examination of CD and DVD media. Chapter 5: CD/DVD Inspector – The Basics This chapter explores the most basic levels of the use of the CD/DVD Inspector software. Chapter 6: Advanced Tasks with CD/DVD Inspector This chapter guides the examiner in more difficult tasks which can be accomplished with CD/DVD Inspector software. Chapter 7: Reporting Your Findings This chapter explores the reporting features of CD/DVD Inspector software. Chapter 8: Things to Keep in Mind A list of important key points in the computer forensics process in order to effectively examine CD and DVD media. Chapter 9: Disc Swap Drive Modifications This chapter takes the reader step-by-step through the modification process that is needed to a CD or DVD reader to be able to properly use the CD/DVD Inspector software.