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Cdfs File System


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Need help in figuring out how to get CDFS as the file management system when using CD/DVD creation. Am trying to write digital photo files (jpg) onto CD's as back up and also for viewing on our TV using a DVD player. No problem writing the files, but my DVD player will not recognize the CD since the file management system appears to be incompatible. The DVD player will not recognize UDFRDR at all, and although it will see the folders and individual file names when using the ISO option, it will not display the images. CDs that come from my camera store and some other individuals work ok and use CDFS.

 

I'm certain that there is a rather simple solution to this. Just haven't been able to figure it out yet. Would appreciate any help.

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Need help in figuring out how to get CDFS as the file management system when using CD/DVD creation. Am trying to write digital photo files (jpg) onto CD's as back up and also for viewing on our TV using a DVD player. No problem writing the files, but my DVD player will not recognize the CD since the file management system appears to be incompatible. The DVD player will not recognize UDFRDR at all, and although it will see the folders and individual file names when using the ISO option, it will not display the images. CDs that come from my camera store and some other individuals work ok and use CDFS.

 

I'm certain that there is a rather simple solution to this. Just haven't been able to figure it out yet. Would appreciate any help.

 

Go to the top of the board, and read the pinned FREQUENT ANSWERS post, payilng special attention to the parts on formatting discs and DirectCD and "missing files".

 

If you still have questions, come back here with more information.

 

Lynn

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