suppress UDF, suppress Juliet

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by oooyyy, Aug 14, 2008.

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    oooyyy Guest

    hi friends... i have a question. i coincided with something while i
    reading a thread. what "suppress UDF, suppress Juliet" means? thanx...
    oooyyy, Aug 14, 2008
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  2. No point in supressing Joliet anyway, she dies at the end of the play.
    the wharf rat, Aug 14, 2008
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    Mick Murphy Guest

    Wherefor art thou?
    Mick Murphy, Aug 14, 2008
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    Not Me Guest

    down here in the bushes, pass me the toilet paper...
    Not Me, Aug 14, 2008
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    oooyyy Guest

    umm its two options from Virtual CD-ROM Control Panel..

    suppress UDF, suppress Juliet what means??

    guys dont joke pl
    oooyyy, Aug 14, 2008
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    Phillips Guest

    "One of the major achievements of DVD is that it has brought all the
    conceivable uses of CD for data, video, audio, or a mix of all three, within
    a single physical file structure called UDF, the Universal Disc Format.
    Promoted by the Optical Storage Technology Association (OSTA), the UDF file
    structure ensures that any file can be accessed by any drive, computer or
    consumer video. It also allows sensible interfacing with standard operating
    systems as it includes CD standard ISO 9660 compatibility. UDF overcomes the
    incompatibility problems from which CD suffered, when the standard had to be
    constantly rewritten each time a new application like multimedia,
    interactivity, or video emerged."

    An extension of ISO9660
    Phillips, Aug 14, 2008
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    Loopy Guest

    Go to Google and search on Suppress UDF, Suppress Joliet.
    If you spell it wrong, you won't get the answers you need.
    Loopy, Aug 14, 2008
  8. Don't know what 'wherefor' [sic] means, do you?
    Frank Saunders MS-MVP IE,OE/WM, Aug 15, 2008

  9. *Why* do you ask? ;-)
    Ken Blake, MVP, Aug 15, 2008
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