Originally Posted by Jimmyt05
For the dvd with the files on it, no because I want to keep adding files to it. Also I had no problem seeing these files on my old computer. They even showed up on this computer before I burned the newer files on.
Right there is the problem.
After adding the new files the disk was not set to be read by any other machine but the one that the disk was burned with. It wasnt set to the point where it could be read by another machine but not finalized so that files could be added still.
This is a common occurrence if you burn a disk in XP and try to access it with Vista.
Did you burn the Movie ISO to disk in ISO format or did you just burn the ISO to disk? that is the main question.
If you access the disk does it show the ISO on there from the PC you burned it on. If so that is where the problem is. ISO is just a format and can not be accessed. You would ahve to Explore teh Disk from My Computer Or Computer in Vista and see the file on there and then copy it back to the PC.
ISO format is a completed format that you cant access and just access certain files from it. You would have to burn the ISO itself to the disk using something like ImgBurn.
I hope you understand what i am trying to say there cause it is hard to explain this without messing with the terms to much.