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Burning a CD on Windows to View on Solaris

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i Have a Nero Version 6 burning software,
and i am trying to burn a CD for Solaris os,
but the file names are all small letters it is not viewed as case sensitive.
any suggestions? how i should burn the CD?
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You can set the ISO -> charater Set property to ISO9660,
if not working try the ACSII
finally DOS
uncheck Joliet (I think).

This should resolve ur problem.


good luck.
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