Unlike most of you, I actually prefer (well I did until now), using the built-in CD-writing capability of Windows. Then I installed Vista at work.
Vista loves UDF-formatted CD’s.
I hate 'em. (unreliable, not readable on other OSs, etc…)
I select a bunch of files, and say Send To… CD. (like I have for years)
[ Hey, there’s an option now, what type of CD? ]
I say “Image” format please (which I gather is CDFS).
It copies all the files to the staging area (OK, fine, same-old).
I open the CD, and say “Burn” (again, very familiar).
It writes a UDF disk. (according to “Properties”) Pthpthpth!
How do I twist Vista’s arm to give me CDFS?
Can I remove/permanently disable UDF writing in Vista?
Pretty please, someone throw me a bone?