Solved Guys help me please.

July 31, 2017 at 23:30:02
Specs: Windows 10
i have a PC with windows 10 and need to burn a CD with CDFS format which i dont know how. i have. DVD ROM RW but the CD is CD R, can anyone help me? DEREK?

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#1
August 1, 2017 at 06:29:00
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This regularly suggested app ought to be all you need...; and it's free...

https://cdburnerxp.se/en/home

And about cdfs format itself; have a read here...

https://cdburnerxp.se/en/home


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#2
August 1, 2017 at 06:43:32
Win10? Can't you just right-click on the iso file and choose "Burn disk image"?

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#3
August 1, 2017 at 08:23:55
Who said anything about an ISO or disc image?

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#4
August 1, 2017 at 08:40:38
A bit more stuff to look through on this old post:
https://www.computing.net/answers/w...

If not tell us exactly what your are trying to do, what file type you are trying to burn, where it came from and whether it is a data file or an audio file. The more you can tell us the more we can help - thx.

The program given in #1 will do most things.

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#5
August 1, 2017 at 08:51:04
Fair enough, normally when someone non-techy brings up CDFS (Compact Disk File System), they have a need, not much experience, and a file somehow identified as a CDFS ISO. Most other users don't care about the universally used file system, because it's an implementation detail that never comes up.

I mean, if you want to burn a CD-R in a vanilla Windows install, just copy the files to the drive and hit burn. It's been the same procedure since, what, XP?

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#6
August 1, 2017 at 10:40:58
oh thank god Derek.
I just want to burn some mp3 files (songs and musics) and i am using CD-R and no it is not an image file.
I know how to burn a UDF but after burning with UDF format you cannot add more songs and musics after the first burn and there won't be last. The funny thing is, I found a Jim Reaves CD and i put it into my PC, there they burn it with CDFS format and also can add more songs and musics, it is like they burned that CD with addable format, i was curious and burned one of my music onto that Jim Reaves CD and Boom! there it is. So is there anyway how to burn like that?
Thanks for the quick reply bro :)

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#7
August 1, 2017 at 11:09:18
"I know how to burn a UDF but after burning with UDF format you cannot add more songs and musics after the first burn and there won't be last."
Not true, that is exactly what UDF is for, burning multisession discs.

As Razor2.3 stated CDFS stands for Compact Disc File System and is the most common format for CD's. You can burn multi session CDFS discs but I wouldn't recommend it. Many times the file tables become corrupt and you end up not seeing previous burns.

Install the software mentioned in post #1 (if you don't already have burning software installed on your computer) then choose to burn a data disc, select your files and make sure you finalize the disc. You won't be able to write to it after that but it will assure it will be the most compatible for computer CD players.

If you want to play the CD in your home or car CD player, you will most likely need to burn the CD as an audio CD. Many newer players will play MP3 discs but not all. In this case, choose to burn an audio CD in your burning software, then select the MP3 files you want. Most current CD burning software will automatically convert the MP3 files into the correct format and burn the disc in the standard audio CD format.

UDF Info - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unive...

CDFS or also known as ISO 9660 Info - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_9660

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#8
August 1, 2017 at 15:11:05
CDBurnerXP will burn an audio CD from mp3s.

See this:
https://cdburnerxp.se/help/Audio/co...

See also the "burn options" here:
https://www.cdburnerxp.se/help/Refe...

If you "finalize" the disc you will not be able to add any more tracks but what you produce is more likely to run on a wide range of players including domestic.

Was this Jim Reeves CD a CD-R or a CD-RW?

Also was it a data disc with mp3s on it which you ran on your computer? If so then it is just "files" so you burn using the "Data" option rather than the "Audio" option and select multi-session when you are asked. The files will then run (play) on a computer but not on domestic players unless they have direct mp3 playing facilities. Multi-session will allow you to add more tracks later.

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#9
August 1, 2017 at 15:14:17
Nice clear explanation there by Derek. He gets an extra piece of cream cake at afternoon tea tomorrow..

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#10
August 1, 2017 at 15:17:53
I'll hold you to it LOL.

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#11
August 1, 2017 at 21:50:37
Oh yeah guys, thanks for everything, i have got it.
it is soo simple and easy still i overlooked it.
Thanks to you guys i have got it. :)
Big THANKS
wish i can treat you guys in person :'(

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