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Old 01-15-2010, 09:35 AM   #1
Adam Sylvester
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Reading dual layer BD-R


I am trying to read a dual layer BD-R I burned using Nero Linux 4 (in UDF 1.02 format) on SLES11. When the OS mounts the disc, the files only appear around 1GB or 2GB, though they are much larger. I can read a single layer BD-R written in the UDF format without a problem. I need to use UDF since I have files > 2GB. Is there a way to mount and read this disc properly?

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