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Live file system or mastered option


charlton200

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Hi, I'm at a lose here. I just got a new HP laptop and I'm about to create some restore discs, and I have to choose a live file system or mastered option. As I have read the help notes and still don't understand it, I was hoping for a bit of guidence. Please keep it simple if you can.

Thanks very much in advance.

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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Live File System is the term Microsoft uses to describe the packet writing method of creating discs in Windows Vista and later, which allows files to be added incrementally to the media.1 These discs use the UDF file system.

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