I have this bootable DVD that holds a recovery program. When I insert the disc in Windows I can only read the label of the disc. When I try to explore the contents I don't see anything. But when I boot from it I get to the recovery program. So, evidently, it can't be just empty!
So how can I see this hidden disc data structure and all of the files in Windows?
Viewing the properties of the disc, under the General tab, it shows 4.38 GB used space, and 0 byte free space. How can this be?
I installed IsoBuster (3.2) as suggested and it shows 127.47 MB used for the whole session. There is one session and one track that includes following three folders.
ACRONIS_MEDIA Bootable Disc Acronis Media
The ACRONIS_MEDIA and Acronis Media show up empty, but the Bootable Disc contains BootImage.img and BootCatalog.cat and they are 2kB each.
What kind of file system is used here?...
Why is the IMG file so small and why are there no other files?
Is IsoBuster able to read El Torito? If so, where is the El Torito part? I see ISO and what appears to be a Joliet folder (which is empty and the only one that appears in Explorer in Windows).