Actually, that's not correct. For your Toshiba, you need to
confirm with Toshiba if your firmware can read CDI's at all because CDI
came in two formats... The original one is Greenbook and you need a
special software/hardware decoder for it while the newer standard is
Whitebook and is the same as VideoCD's and just requires MPEG Playback
software. Both are technologies of Philips, N.A. You might take a look
Right, I actually have some of both.
Now the question is - how do I test to see if this actually works? :-)
Well, what you need to do is get your CD-ROM to extract the data
at 2424 byte sectors which as I recall, the Toshiba does support without
any firmware upgrades. As long as you can see the directory structure of
the CD-ROM, then it would work and this needs to be done in CD XA Mode 1
and Mode 2 compatibility mode.