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  1. Member AlanHK's Avatar
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    I just burnt a bunch of files to a blank DVD+R Verbatim disc, using ImgBurn.

    It all went fine and ImgBurn verified it.

    But when I reload the disc (the same drive that just burned it), it just reads as empty, file system "RAW".

    I put the disc in a Linux laptop and it read it as a data disc and I could access the files.

    The file system set in ImgBurn was "ISO 9660 + UDF"

    I'm using WinXP SP3.
    Is it a driver problem, or should I choose different file system?

    I want this to be readable by any Windows PC.

    The disc and drive is are good, I've been using them to make DVD video for years with never a glitch.

    And here is the log:
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    12:34:15 Source File: -==/\/[BUILD IMAGE]\/\==-
    I 12:34:15 Source File Sectors: 2,252,048 (MODE1/2048)
    I 12:34:15 Source File Size: 4,612,194,304 bytes
    I 12:34:15 Source File Volume Identifier: Game
    I 12:34:15 Source File Volume Set Identifier: 4724644600225D0F
    I 12:34:15 Source File Application Identifier: IMGBURN V2.5.8.0 - THE ULTIMATE IMAGE BURNER!
    I 12:34:15 Source File Implementation Identifier: ImgBurn
    I 12:34:15 Source File File System(s): ISO9660, UDF (1.02)
    I 12:34:15 Destination Device: [0:0:0] HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GH24NS95 RN01 (X:) (ATAPI)
    I 12:34:15 Destination Media Type: DVD+R (Disc ID: CMC MAG-M01-00)
    I 12:34:15 Destination Media Supported Write Speeds: 8x, 16x
    I 12:34:15 Destination Media Sectors: 2,295,104
    I 12:34:15 Write Mode: DVD
    I 12:34:15 Write Type: DAO
    I 12:34:15 Write Speed: 8x
    I 12:34:15 DVD+R Reserve Track: No
    I 12:34:15 Link Size: Auto
    I 12:34:16 Lock Volume: Yes
    I 12:34:16 Test Mode: No
    I 12:34:16 OPC: No
    I 12:34:16 BURN-Proof: Enabled
    I 12:34:16 Write Speed Successfully Set! - Effective: 11,080 KB/s (8x)
    I 12:34:16 Book Type Setting: DVD-ROM
    I 12:34:16 Filling Buffer... (80 MiB)
    I 12:34:16 Writing LeadIn...
    I 12:34:38 Writing Session 1 of 1... (1 Track, LBA: 0 - 2252047)
    I 12:34:38 Writing Track 1 of 1... (MODE1/2048, LBA: 0 - 2252047)
    I 12:42:11 Synchronising Cache...
    I 12:42:15 Closing Track...
    I 12:42:18 Finalising Disc...
    I 12:42:31 Exporting Graph Data...
    I 12:42:31 Graph Data File: C:\Documents and Settings\Owner\Application Data\ImgBurn\Graph Data Files\HL-DT-ST_DVDRAM_GH24NS95_RN01_FRIDAY-4-SEPTEMBER-2015_12-34_PM_CMC_MAG-M01-00_8x.ibg
    I 12:42:31 Export Successfully Completed!
    I 12:42:31 Operation Successfully Completed! - Duration: 00:08:15
    I 12:42:31 Average Write Rate: 9,964 KiB/s (7.4x) - Maximum Write Rate: 10,896 KiB/s (8.1x)
    I 12:42:31 Cycling Tray before Verify...
    W 12:42:40 Waiting for device to become ready...
    I 12:42:51 Device Ready!
    I 12:42:54 Operation Started!
    I 12:42:54 Source Device: [0:0:0] HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GH24NS95 RN01 (X:) (ATAPI)
    I 12:42:54 Source Media Type: DVD+R (Book Type: DVD-ROM) (Disc ID: CMC MAG-M01-00)
    I 12:42:54 Source Media Supported Read Speeds: 1x, 2.4x, 4x, 6x, 8x, 10x, 12x, 14x, 16x
    I 12:42:54 Source Media Supported Write Speeds: 8x, 16x
    I 12:42:54 Source Media Sectors: 2,252,048 (Track Path: PTP)
    I 12:42:54 Source Media Size: 4,612,194,304 bytes
    I 12:42:54 Image File: -==/\/[BUILD IMAGE]\/\==-
    I 12:42:54 Image File Sectors: 2,252,048 (MODE1/2048)
    I 12:42:54 Image File Size: 4,612,194,304 bytes
    I 12:42:54 Image File Volume Identifier: Game
    I 12:42:54 Image File Volume Set Identifier: 4724644600225D0F
    I 12:42:54 Image File Application Identifier: IMGBURN V2.5.8.0 - THE ULTIMATE IMAGE BURNER!
    I 12:42:54 Image File Implementation Identifier: ImgBurn
    I 12:42:54 Image File File System(s): ISO9660, UDF (1.02)
    I 12:42:54 Read Speed (Data/Audio): MAX / MAX
    I 12:42:55 Read Speed - Effective: 6.7x - 16x
    I 12:42:55 Verifying Session 1 of 1... (1 Track, LBA: 0 - 2252047)
    I 12:42:55 Verifying Track 1 of 1... (MODE1/2048, LBA: 0 - 2252047)
    I 12:47:56 Exporting Graph Data...
    I 12:47:56 Graph Data File: C:\Documents and Settings\Owner\Application Data\ImgBurn\Graph Data Files\HL-DT-ST_DVDRAM_GH24NS95_RN01_FRIDAY-4-SEPTEMBER-2015_12-34_PM_CMC_MAG-M01-00_8x.ibg
    I 12:47:56 Export Successfully Completed!
    I 12:47:56 Operation Successfully Completed! - Duration: 00:05:00
    I 12:47:56 Average Verify Rate: 15,063 KiB/s (11.1x) - Maximum Verify Rate: 21,769 KiB/s (16.1x)

    If I use ImgBurn "Read" mode, it reads the correct label and tells me its file sys is "1SO 9660, UDF (1.02)"

    And ImgBurn can read the DVD back to an ISO, which I can mount and read on my PC. Windows sees the mounted ISO as a UDF CD.

    But Windows Explorer still can't read the damn DVD.
    Last edited by AlanHK; 4th Sep 2015 at 01:46.
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    Something particular to your system, or maybe that drive.I have Verbatim DVD+Rs and burn using ImgBurn (to ISO9660+UDF 1.02) and have no trouble reading them on WinXP Sp2or Sp3.

    Scott
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  3. I concur. By default the old version of Nero I use burns DVD Video discs as ISO9660+UDF 1.02 and Explorer has no trouble reading them (XP SP3). It uses ISO9660+Joilet for data discs by default, but either should be fine.

    Maybe check one of your known good video DVDs to see if Windows can still see the files.

    Here's something I didn't know. It might be worth a try.
    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/321640
    WORKAROUND 3:
    If your Windows version supports the UDF version on the disc and the disc is a 'bridge disc' that contains ISO9660 or Joliet (for example DVD-ROM discs are typically bridge discs), try to open Windows Media Player while the disc is in the drive. Windows Media Player sends a particular type of file system request that can sometimes cause the disc to become visible through the CDFS file system.
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    I made another disc, this time I set the file system as "ISO 9660 + Joliet + UDF"

    And now Windows can read it, identifying it as a UDF disc.

    I don't know if the 1st one was just a one-off, maybe waste a disc later and try again.

    -- PS even weirder: I put the 1st disc in to try the Windows Media Player trick, but before I could do that it just opened.

    I had tried a dozen times yesterday, ejected, inserted, tried various disk tools.

    Now it works.

    Windows..... even when it works it drives you nuts.
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