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Multisession Disc - DVD

Discussion in 'Nero discussion' started by chuichi, Mar 24, 2007.

  1. chuichi

    chuichi Member

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    Previously I created a DVD with about 1600MB of data, and have checked the box for "multisession disc" so that I can add data to the DVD at a later stage.

    I tried to add about 2000MB of data to this DVD but am getting an error that says that the disc is not writable.

    Why am I getting this error? Did I not create a multisession disc properly the first time? Are DVDs not allowed to be multisession discs?

    Please help - thanks!
     
  2. IHoe

    IHoe Senior member

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    I thought you can only have a multisession disk with a Re-Writable disk only, not a regular DVD5
     
  3. zapatero

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    I think it depends on the file system used to burn the disc. It can be UDF or UDF+ISO 9660, or ISO only. It seems that to burn multisessions, the disc must be an ISO only or an UDF+ISO. I normally use the latter, and I can burn multissesions but not update previous sessions automatically. I use DVD+R.
     
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    ahhhhh even an old dog like me can still learn from others here! thanks! now I know. but have no need for multisession disk projects.
     
  5. chuichi

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    How do I tell which file system I'm using? I was trying to burn multisessions on DVD+R too...
     
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    You choose the file system. Nero Burning ROM > New Compilation > select DVD > in the left vertical panel, you can choose between DVD-ROM (ISO), DVD-ROM (UDF), or DVD-ROM (UDF/ISO).
     
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    OK thanks, I'll give that a try.

    So I'll choose ISO or UDF+ISO with DVD+R...
     

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