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A Guide to Data Recovery: UDF Reader
It turns out to be fairly common that someone ends up with an old CD-R or CD-RW disc that was recorded in the UDF format, probably by someone else on another machine (and probably some years ago). If that person then tries read that CD from a machine that does not support the UDF file system (or that particular version of the UDF file system), they will encounter various irritating problems that keep them from accessing the data on the CD.
Thus, when someone is searching the web for "UDF reader", it's likely because they've been trying to recover data from a disc that behaves like it might be defective. The fact that it's really a software incompatibility is of little use if all you know is that it looks like a data recovery problem.
The short sections that follow will explain in more detail how the need for a UDF reader arises, how to figure out if it's likely you need a UDF reader, and some places you can obtain a UDF reader.
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