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Windows Explorer Dosn't see multisession DVD

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by mwda, Sep 21, 2004.

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  1. mwda

    mwda Thread Starter

    Apr 9, 2004
    I am having a problem viewing DVD+R disks in "Windows
    I am using Win98se and have 256MB Ram with a Celeron 1Ghz
    cpu. I bought a LiteOn SOHW-832S DVD Burner which came with
    "Nero express 6.0". I have installed InCD and seem to have
    no problems using DVD+RW disks. I can see in "Windows
    explorer" all the sessions on CD-R disks that I have burned
    in the past with this drive and all the data I have recorded
    on DVD+RW disks with this drive. I have only recorded
    "Data" disks and use the drive only for backup.

    I can see only the first session of DVD+R disks with
    "Windows Explorer". I can see all the sessions on the DVD+R
    disks when I use "IsoBuster" a Third party freeware program
    so I know they are burned on the DVD. I have read that
    MultiSessions on DVDs are not the same as MultiSessions on
    CDs, that is as to how they are created. I have looked for
    conflicts with the VXDs but have not found any, that I know
    of. When I try to find the file type that is being used on
    the DVD it only says "ISO/Joliet". I can see no where that either Nero or another program called "CDBurnerXP Pro", which I have used to burn
    DVD+R disks, have used UDF packets though InCD clearly does
    for the DVD+RW disks.
    I have only the DVD+R disks so I don't know if this problem
    would occur with DVD-R disks.
    Does any one know why I can not see any but the first
    session on the DVD+R disks in "Windows Explorer"?

    Any Help would be appreciated.
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