Linked by Eugenia Loli on Thu 5th Apr 2007 19:20 UTC, submitted by netpython
Windows Comparisons, conjecture, and controversy. Microsoft's new operating system is here, but is it ready for primetime? We spent 30 days with Windows Vista to see if it's worth the leap or if Microsoft should go back to the drawing board.
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RE[2]: Oh no
by stare on Thu 5th Apr 2007 21:34 UTC in reply to "RE: Oh no"
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taken from:
(that article also links to a few other sources on the subject)

This has absolutely nothing to do with the issue described in the article. The answer is: Vista uses latest UDF version (2.60) by default, which older OSes can't read without additional drivers. It's possible to select previous UDF version (for example 1.50 which is supported by default in Windows 2000) under the Live File System configuration dialog. Dunno why article author didn't do this, it works fine for me.

Edited 2007-04-05 21:37

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