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Hello and help. Purchased LP to Mp3. Running XP. Computer does not recognize UDF format. Any suggestions? Thanks, BillyK

 

 

Based on the info you have given I have no idea.....give us some details..

 

Did it install OK.?

 

If yes, give us a step by step of what you are doing....etc, etc, etc

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Based on the info you have given I have no idea.....give us some details..

 

Did it install OK.?

 

If yes, give us a step by step of what you are doing....etc, etc, etc

 

Did not install. All other disks will open in Drive D. Trying to open to get to setup.exe. Took product back to Best Buy and exchanged for new one. Best I can gather from info, it has something to do with system not reconizing UDF format. Respectfully, BillyK

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Did not install. All other disks will open in Drive D. Trying to open to get to setup.exe. Took product back to Best Buy and exchanged for new one. Best I can gather from info, it has something to do with system not reconizing UDF format. Respectfully, BillyK

 

Do you have a DVD reader? That would be the only way that your computer would not recognize the disc. Why do you think it is the UDF format? What operating system do you have? All programs are able to be read by all Windows computers. UDF would come ion only if you were trying to burn something to that format.

 

Look at the disc. Does it look like a pressed disc or one burned with an optical burner. There may be some problems with the later but it would probably not be a UDF issue.

 

Here is some reading to do before you post back.

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Do you have a DVD reader? That would be the only way that your computer would not recognize the disc. Why do you think it is the UDF format? What operating system do you have? All programs are able to be read by all Windows computers. UDF would come ion only if you were trying to burn something to that format.

 

Look at the disc. Does it look like a pressed disc or one burned with an optical burner. There may be some problems with the later but it would probably not be a UDF issue.

 

Here is some reading to do before you post back.

 

Why would you post a link to this page then?

 

CD-ROM Drive May Not Be Able to Read a UDF-Formatted Disc in Windows XP.

 

No installation disc is going to be a UDF-Formatted Disc!

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Why would you post a link to this page then?

 

CD-ROM Drive May Not Be Able to Read a UDF-Formatted Disc in Windows XP.

 

No installation disc is going to be a UDF-Formatted Disc!

 

 

As a learning experience for the OP since the OP is fixated on UDF format beiong the issue.

 

Did you look at the article? It says:

 

Your computer cannot read some or all files on CDs or DVDs that were recorded through the use of the Optical Storage Technology Association (OSTA) Universal Disk Format (UDF) file system standard. Symptoms may include:

  • The disc is not recognized at all and shows up as empty.
  • Error messages such as "The file or directory is corrupt and unreadable" appear when you try to access files in Windows Explorer.
  • Some portions of a DVD-video may not function correctly (note that this may also be because of a problem with the DVD video data or the player software, which is outside the scope of this article

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