Windows Vista Packet Writer

  dalek111 19:12 15 Mar 09
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I am running windows Vista Home Premium and have Nero 8 Essentials Installed

I am attempting to access the contents of a DVD-RW burned using Nero InCD on a previous computer

When the disc is inserted it is only displaying three files, auto-run directing to a web page stating the following:


Dear Customer,

You are currently trying to read a disc in the UDF Packet-writing format.
You are seeing this message instead of the contents of the disc because your system currently does not support the UDF format.

To make your System UDF compatible, we have developed a complimentary software tool, the InCD EasyWrite Reader.

To download the latest InCD EasyWrite Reader just visit our website at
click here


Your Ahead Software Team


The program mentioned is no longer available. Does windows Vista include a packet writer, and if so why does it not read the disc. If not, should Nero 8 Essentials have one?

Any ideas?

All help appreciated

  brundle 19:15 15 Mar 09
  dalek111 21:22 17 Mar 09

thanks, sorted

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