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Two Nero Questions

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by pfoerste, Nov 10, 2001.

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    I updated, reburnt a data file on a multisession backup CD to bring it up to date. When it was completed successfully, I closed Nero and opened the CD in Explorer with the CD still in the burner, It did not show the files updated. I tried a couple more different files, with not luck. When I put the CD in the CD Rom and opened it in Explorer it showed all of them updated. Is this normanl?

    Also when I drug the file over to the burn section of Nero I got the message.
    The following joliet files or folders had to be renamed to make them compitible with the CD file sysetm.

    Then the message: This compitation does not meet the ISO 9960 standard. It contains at least one folder with path depth of more than 8 levels and /or a path name longer than 255 characters. are you sure you want to do this?

    It burned them Ok.? I had ticked the boxes about 8 levels and 255 characters. I don't remember the name of the place I ticked them. But it where you can change the mode and ISO level.
     
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