extract udf iso

Posted on 2006-05-05
Last Modified: 2009-07-29
I have a dvd iso.  I would like to extract its contents, but when I do, it takes only a fraction of a second (this iso is ~2 gigs) and returns only a txt telling me that an operating system that recognizes udf file system is required.  I'm using xp, which I believe reads udf automatically.

What I really need is instructions on how to extract this so that I can read it.

thanks in advance
Question by:adminsr
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    Here's ultraiso that will let you extract contents etc.

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    Also, isoBuster:

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    You need a packetwriting software like InCD (nero) whichcan access udf format. Best practice is to never actually burn to cd or dvd in udf format, but use the standard burning utility to burn cd's/dvd's.
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    Sorry, just got a chance to try it out.  Works perfect, thanks!

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