Please begin your post - and put into your subject - that your problem
is with UDF. We have to dig down into the body and draw that conclusion
from incidental comments.
It makes a very big difference in trying to solve the problem.
> Transferring a large number of photos from PC to CD-RW (Using HP7100external
> and Adaptec Easy CD 2.0).
> Transfer halted on one file with error saying unable to read target
> Then, clicking the eject option gave a message that some files were still
> open, even though I'd closed Explorer and all other applications.
data were being written ...
until you commanded it to stop. At which point, you had created garbageQuote:> it then offered me the option of ejecting the CD by overriding the open
> files, but once that was done, the CD-RW was no longer readable.
on the disc.
Move fewer than 50 MB or so at a time to a UDF disc. There areQuote:
> Tried all I could, but nothing would recognise the CD-RW again. when
> opening up through Easy CD, it stated that it was a blank CD-RW but could be
> formatted for use with Easy CD.
> Worse still, in case of this sort of thing, I have 2 CD-RW disks; one HP and
> one RICOH.
> The same thing happened on both discs, meaning I lost the entire contents of
> both discs.
> Fortunately, there was nothing irreplaceable on the them, but clearly there
> could have been;
> Anyone know why this happened, and how to
> A, Prevent from reoccurring, and B,
filesystem problems which occur when you try to handle more than 100 MB
at a time; the reason seems to be buried in interactions of file
accesses, but this unfortunate workaround is the best that we've found
Not possible - yet. Maybe someday, but an invalid filesystem can't beQuote:> Read a CD-RW disc that's had it's index screwed up...?
patched up easily.