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This is my first time in this forum.

I just downloaded CDBurnerXP and tried it for the first time. Impressed!

However, I in that trial, I discovered one thing about burning CDs with a foreign language. When I checked to see what languages were supported, the two I need are missing - Thai and Lao.

When I insert the CD into my computer the titles are in Thai.

When the CD clips are imported into CDBurnerXP, the clip titles are in Thai. When I load it into the CD/DVD player in my auto all I get is small squares? I don't think it is a problem with my player because I've used other CD/DVDs with a foreign language and that language is displayed.

Is there any chance that a future update would include both of those languages?

Maybe it's just me, but I have to ask anyway.

Appreciate any insight into this.

Thanks

 

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Hadn't thought of that. I'm not familiar with that file. Is it on CDBurner XP? If so, where? I don't see UDF anywhere.

I burned a disc using the 1st choice, Data disc.

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Again, thanks floele for your response.

Not sure what I'm supposed to do with Check disc -> file system in the menu.

What menu are you referring to? I loaded a disc, went to clicked disc and then clicked on change file system. All that appeared was ISO 9660 /Joliet and UDF.

Were you telling me how to change to UDF or what.

If I change to UDF, will that display the foreign languages?

 

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