Hi, I hope you don’t mind posting me this thread here.
I’m pretty puzzled. I got a new CD from Microsoft with MSDN-Versions of Windows 2000 and Win2k Server.
The complete file system on that CD contains 1,17 GB of user data, not compressed. If you copy it to HDD it will be exactly that size.
However, ISO Buster tells me the following:
- 1 Track
- 1 ISO 9660 Session
- Mode 1
- Size LBA: 249.452
- Size Bytes: 510.877.696
there are no other tracks or filesystems included.
Ok, physically I have 486 MB on that CD, this looks normal. But how can it be that this file system can contain that huge amount of user data?!?
I thought of Mode 2 Form 2, but ISO Buster says, it’s just simple Mode1.
And Subchannels can’t hold so much of extra information (and if they could, how should it become possible to put user data there?!).
Could anyone of you imagine, what’s going on here? If you need more info, please feel free to ask.
Thanks a lot!!