Vista DVD-R with UDF?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Hardware' started by TangoTom, Aug 5, 2007.

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    TangoTom Guest

    Recently installed Vista Prem as XP was corrupted, etc. Before the install,
    copied to Phillips DVD-R 3.7GB of jpeg and .doc files. When I try to open the
    DVD-R, Vista recognizes that the disk is there and that 3.77 of 4.38 GB are
    utilitized but it shows 0 items. The IBM Thinkpad "Levoto" has the Matshita
    DVD-Ram UJ-830Sx ATA drive and the latest driver. Other cd's and movie dvds
    seem to play just fine. Any ideas or suggestions?
    Tnx
    Tom
     
    TangoTom, Aug 5, 2007
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    Michael Guest

    Was the DVD-R written as a drag-to-drop 'floppy' type with a 'directcd' type
    program? If so you will need that program to get the files off the disk.

    Michael
     
    Michael, Aug 5, 2007
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    PaulB Guest

    If a DVD or CD was not closed by the originating program (it still can be
    written to) Vista has a problem seeing the data. I use Isobuster (the free
    part) It will allow you to extract the files.
     
    PaulB, Aug 5, 2007
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    TangoTom Guest

    PaulB,
    Yep, that worked just fine...Isobuster was the answer to the problem.
    Appreciate the help.
    TangoTom
    P.S. Michael, tnx for your response.
     
    TangoTom, Aug 6, 2007
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