Yesterday, I burned many CD-Rs and DVD+Rs using Nero Burning ROM 22.214.171.124 on my Windows 98 PC and noticed that all the files that I created during the summer have their timestamps wrongly recorded (off by 1 hour). Other files have the correct timestamps.
You can duplicate this problem very easily by doing the followings:
1. You should use a Window 98SE PC (the bug might not occur on other Windows, but you can try, I just can't guarantee that you would get the bug)
2. Set the timezone to "(GMT-8) Pacific Time" (any other timezones that have Daylight Saving Time would do too)
3. Choose a file with the month falling between May to September and another file between November to March, then record them into a CD-R using Nero Burning ROM 126.96.36.199.
One of the files would have the wrong timestamp, while the other is OK.
Make sure you restore your original timezone.
I tried Roxio Easy CD & DVD Creator 188.8.131.52 and it didn't have the problem. However, I don't like the Creator 6 because it's twice slower than Nero 6 when writing to DVD+R, and whenever I filled up the DVD+R with almost 4.7GB of data, the last few files are always unreadable. Oh well, that topic would belong to the Roxio forum, right ?