I'm trying to re-use a DVD-RW disc by creating space on it. Want to erase files I don't want and keep the ones I do. Is this possible?
Windows support method (My Computer -> double click DVD drive to list files and select ones to erase didn't work. Well, at least it produced a list of file names that I could make no sense out of. Their method for erasing a disc completely worked just fine.
Does anyone know of a method for doing this that shows you the names of the items so you know which ones are the ones you're trying to erase?
On the other hand, is the solution more trouble than it's worth? I mean, if it's complicated, would I be better to just live with the misrecorded files and not try to recoup the space - use an empty disc to record?
This is a tiny little issue, but it bugs me that I can't figure out how to do it when MS support made it sound as if it were do-able! Maybe I don't have a "Live File System", which I think Windows support said was necessary. Of course, I have no idea what file system type I do have - recording on DVD is a new thing for me!
Any advice (a way to do it or forget about it) appreciated!