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Anonymous
May 25, 2005 10:04:44 PM

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Tried to copy some files to and from a R/W cd which I had formated, using
win
xp, on another computer, I get a message saying, 'Windows does not support
this CD-RW format'.

It then says I must reformat the cd, which would mean destroying the files
I'm trying to move from one machine to another!

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Anonymous
May 25, 2005 10:04:45 PM

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Windows XP does not support "packet" writing, natively. When you formatted the disc, it was apparently done on a computer that had InCD or an equivalent program installed.

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"Alan Holmes" <alan.holmes@virgin.net> wrote in message news:073le.381$i4.26@newsfe2-win.ntli.net...
>
> Tried to copy some files to and from a R/W cd which I had formated, using
> win
> xp, on another computer, I get a message saying, 'Windows does not support
> this CD-RW format'.
>
> It then says I must reformat the cd, which would mean destroying the files
> I'm trying to move from one machine to another!
>
> --
> alan
>
> reply to alan(dot)holmes27(at)virgin(dot)net
>
>
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