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6-5] Can I intermix different packet-writing programs?




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This article is from the CD-Recordable FAQ, by Andy McFadden (fadden@fadden.com) with numerous contributions by others.

6-5] Can I intermix different packet-writing programs?

(2003/03/06)

In general, no.

Do not assume that two packet-writing programs will coexist peacefully on
the same system. Most won't. You may need to disable the CD recording
features built into WinXP to get packet software to work.

Do not assume that discs written by one program will be readable by another.
Many developers have deviated from the UDF standard when writing discs,
so attempting to start a disc with one program and finish it with another
is likely to end badly. It might work, it might appear to work but quietly
fail, or it might fail outright.


 

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