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Win 7 udf reader


kennethG
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I have tried to view a disk made with Creator 5 and finalized to reaf on all drives. I am trying to read this disk in Windows 7. i says I need to install the UDF reader, howver, the udf reader on the disk will not install. Is there a UDF reader for download that works with Wndows & (64bit version). The 64 bit version may be the problem.. perhaps I should go back to 32bit??

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I have tried to view a disk made with Creator 5 and finalized to reaf on all drives. I am trying to read this disk in Windows 7. i says I need to install the UDF reader, howver, the udf reader on the disk will not install. Is there a UDF reader for download that works with Wndows & (64bit version). The 64 bit version may be the problem.. perhaps I should go back to 32bit??

Thanks for the (no unexpected) bad news. Will creator 2010, installed under Win 7, read these old disks??

seriously, thank you.

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You shouldn't need the old UDF reader.

 

I just made some Direct CD 5 discs, and I can read them happily in Windows 7 32bit. They're not writeable in Windows 7 though, of course.

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Please remember the message you get when you eject them from Direct CD, and see if they're readable in your burner drive.

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They are readable in all CDRW drives, but if you are trying to read them in a ROM drive you need to have a multi-read ROM and also need the UDF reader, according to that message.

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