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Bootable UDF DVD

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Hello,

 

I am trying to create bootable dvd image.

 

file which i want to include on that dvd is greater than 4GB , so i have to use udf.

when i am choosing udf, and then i am checking create bootable dvd and i am giveing file to boot, it say :

 

Cannot add file to image !

 

bla, bla, bla

 

ISO9660 Limit : 4,294.....

 

Reason: File size exceeds the limit imposed by the ISO9660 File system.

 

 

but i chose UDF file system....

 

P.S.

 

when i uncheck : Make Image Bootable

 

i am able to create image.

 

 

What can i do?

Edited by antakar

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There is no provision for making a bootable UDF only disc. (When you make it bootable the program forces ISO9660 back on again)

 

To be honest I don't know if it's possible or how to do it.

 

I think the program would have to make up a fake ISO9660 file system - as used on the Vista install discs.

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It is possible, for example bootable Microsoft Vista DVds which are delivered with company like Dell...

Edited by antakar

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What about it?!

 

If you already have a tool to do what you require, use it.

 

It cannot be done with ImgBurn at this time I'm afraid.

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FYI, I've now implemented support for this in the same way the Vista install CD seems to work - i.e. there's just a dummy 'README.TXT' file in the ISO9660 file system.

 

It'll be available in the next version - 2.4.0.0.

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Wow, something else new that needs to be tested, and the release date to be put back, >_< Doh!

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This is one of about 10 other (major) features that has been added since 12 April 2007. If you search hard enough you might find them all in the forum. :thumbup:

Edited by JasonFriday13

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Don't think you can really take the credit for a fake filesystem but for your or someone Else's problem it might not have been included just yet.

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dontasciime

 

I dont think that my english is good enough to understand your sentence.

Really, but never mind.

 

I dont need any credits, i just need decent peace of software :)

 

Good job guys!! :)

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He's basically saying that had you not brought this problem to my attention, it wouldn't have been implemented (just yet, if at all).

 

So yes, in a way, this has been included because of something you've done :)

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