I'm coming across a strange issue with Nero Burning ROM 11 (a CD/DVD burner program). I also posted in the Nero forum but thought I would try here too, as the problem seems to relate specifically to Windows 7.
I recently burned a Blu-ray data disc (UDF format) containing 11 folders. The burn completed successfully but with warnings. Something about the file descriptors not matching (I don't remember the exact message). When I go to open the disc in explorer (Windows 7), two of the folders are named correctly but the rest say "Temporary Burn Folder" (which is odd as I didn't think two folders could have the same name, much less nine).
The weird thing is, this only happens in Windows 7. When I open the disc in Windows XP (in my case through a virtual machine in VMWare Workstation), all the folder names are as they should be. Also, if I use the command prompt in Windows 7 and do a dir on my Blu-ray directory, all the folder names are correct. I'm wondering if this is an issue with Nero, Windows 7, or maybe my Blu-ray burner (this is the first time I've burned a data Blu-ray in Windows). Anyone have any ideas?