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Disabling UDFS on CD-ROM

Posted on 1998-10-23
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I'd like NOT to have the default packet-mode-cd driver installed. In win95 there was no UDFS driver, and you had to install one of your own choise. In '98 there is one already, but it is slow and conflicts with software like Adaptec DirectCD, causing a slowdown: When you place a preformatted disk in the CD-R it takes 98 seconds to mount.
HOW do I get rid of it / solve the slowdown problem?
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I had the same problems, but then with accessing the cd-rom for cd extracting to HD.  
I downloaded when I had win95, driver updates for the windows95 aspi drivers from adaptec.  I installed them in win98 and voila, now everything works.

Much luck..
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What versions of the drivers do you have? I downloaded the latest (4.57 05/13/98), but they were the same as those who came with the DirectCD software.
Might be that the older drivers are better for the purpose
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