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Volume Label and Autosaving/Remastering Puppy
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Disco Makberto

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PostPosted: Wed 17 Oct 2012, 17:51    Post_subject:  Volume Label and Autosaving/Remastering Puppy
Sub_title: Volume Label Changes Back To Default After A Remaster

Hi, there!

As customary, I dowloaded a Puppy ISO from this Website. Since I didn't like the generic/default volume label of the ISO ("CDROM"), I changed it to something I like (let's say, hypothetically, "My Puppy"). This volume label change can be achieved with ImgBurn, MagicISO, or UltraISO. Afterwards, I burned the ISO to a multisession disc. Everything seemed fine, and the volume label on the disc was the one I made ("My Puppy"). However, once I customized a session, and autosaved/remasterd the multisession disc, the resulting disc reverted back to the original volume label ("CDROM"). Why does this happen? Is there a way to keep my own volume label on the resulting autosaved/remastered disc? I tried many approaches, including creating a new ISO, but always the resulting disc changes back to the generic/old label. I can summarize this last approach as this: old ISO with old label-->new ISO from old ISO and with new label-->burned to disc-->new ISO from disc keeping new label-->burned to multisession disc-->autosaving/remastering session-->mutisession disc returns to old label.

Carlos Albert
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