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Old August 5th 09, 08:05 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.video
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Is there any way to view Live File System 2.5 videos in XP?
Old August 5th 09, 08:56 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.video
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"rebell1952" wrote in message
Is there any way to view Live File System 2.5 videos in XP?

Live File System is a method of copying data to disc.
It is not a video format.
It may contain video data, but that will be in specific file types
such WMV, MPG, AVI etc.
The version you ask of: 2.5 is only compatible with Vista, but...
once burnt, the data contained should be available to all
operating sysrems, it's the data contained that is relevent.
Load the disc in your XP computer and use explorer to
check the contents, if you find video content they should be playable
or copy them to your hard drive, but a Live File System disc is not
a video disc, it's a data disc.


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