I thought that 3rd party applications would be able to save to a UDF (formatted for packet writing) disk. I have been trying to backup quickbooks directly to a CD-RW with UDF format, and get errror messages:
-when using "burn & go gold" the error is that the disk is write protected
-when using FileCD from NTI (6.0 platinum) I get an error about not having access to the drive (permissions problems?!)
The disk has been properly formatted, and NTI-FileCD can burn data to it, but I want direct access from other programs. Can anyone tell me how this is supposed to work? I don't know if I am doing something wrong, or if packet writing just doesn't work that way!
I'm using winXP
I uninstalled HotBurn(burn & go gold) because of this problem and installed NTI's CD Maker 6.0 Platinum. No difference (just different error messages)