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Which settings to make a bdxl that retains all the data without changing anything


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I have data I've been holding onto for years that I don't want to one day lose.

So, I'm trying to burn a 100GB BDXL m-disc, but I want all of the data to burn as it is without any changes or exclusions.

I can't seem to figure out what settings I should be using to get that exact copy of the data. Imgburn likes to exclude some of the data, and of course it complains about path lengths for thousands of files. I check all the folders with 7zip Manager's CRC option so that I can be sure that all the data is present. 

Right now I've only done the build option, but at some point I'd like to be able to burn something to the disc without fear of losing data or having to do it again to another disc.

 

 

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If you're worried about anything, stick to building the ISO first, do your checks on it and then use Write mode to burn it to the disc.

The only file system you need to include when using Build mode is UDF. Enable the option to include system / hidden files.

What gets logged as being excluded?

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I would also recommend you create the ISO and then mount it as a virtual drive.  You can then perform the 7Zip CRC comparisons against the contents in the ISO mounted as a virtual drive.  If that passes, then you can be relatively confident in burning that ISO to disc and performing the same CRC checks against the disc you just burnt.

 

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