i tried to use someone else’s thread to post, but it just wasn’t generating any responses. but, to get help, i need to get my question phrased correctly.
here is my question.
i have nero 6.0 installed on my machine. i am wishing to create some DVD+RWs (with archival data, not DVD movies). before burning, it formats the DVD+RW and proceeds to write and verify the data. if i were to transport one of these DVD+RWs to another PC which has roxio and directCD installed on it, would those PC’s be able to read my DVD+RWs? for the record, i do NOT have InCD installed.
if i burn with a DVD+R, i know i can read them regardless of what packet writing software is installed, because it’s in CDFS.
i want to be able to use DVD+RW to store my data as opposed to DVD+R, because i may want to change/update the data. if i can write with nero, and read the DVD+RW with roxio, then what are the advantages (if any) of using DVD+R over DVD+RW?
also, can i read other DVD+/-RWs/CD-RWs created with roxio on my PC running nero? there have been times where after entering a CD-RW, i was asked to install udf_reader (for packet writing) which proceeded to conflict with some drivers, since i had nero previously installed on my system.