These forums are OUTSTANDING!
I am VERY much a newbie to any of this. I have read various threads pertaining to my question here, but am still not completely clear on all of it so (in relatively simple terms if possible) would like any help others can provide.
I have purchased a Sony DRX-820UL-T drive for use with Windows XP Pro. It will be used for a variety of purposes, so to avoid discussion about what I will use it for I simply want to know and what would be best for this or that... is it possible to use DVD-RAM like a floppy/hdd while keeping it formatted as UDF WITHOUT any packet-writing software such as the provided InCD.
I ask since it seems to be a shared feeling that the UDF format provides some unique benefits vs. fat32 BUT so many posters here seem to prefer to avoid software such as InCD if possible. How does one get the best of both worlds?
THANK YOU A WHOLE BUNCH FOR ADDRESSING AN ALREADY DEAD HORSE ONCE AGAIN!!