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    downloded a 825mb movie, i read somewhere that some cd-r's can hold up to 850mb of information(data). ie my movie.
    i'm in the uk, does n e 1 know firstly

    is this true
    second of all which cd-r's are able to overburn to this amount.

    if so please reply, thanks people!

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    It depends on file format, CD-R size, version and type of burning software, whether your Burner will support overburning etc etc

    We'll move this to movieworld, and those guru's can answer you

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  3. Movies & TV   -   #3
    the movie is avi divx, and yes i think my burner does support overburning

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    im from uk and ive got some 99min/900mb disks..you should just get some of them theyre ideal for burning movies got a nice collection of over 200 DVD rips on them now

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    doh double post

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    what make are they, where u get them from and most importantly how much do they cost?

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    i got 2 different makes called infiniti and datawrite,get them from local market in nottingham,think theyre about 40p each not sure

    try looking on a good website like

    http://www.novatech.co.uk they have everything there,and cheapest youll find in uk

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    infact here http://www.novatech.co.uk/novatech/specpag...html?NOV-CDR925

    Premium quality, protective coated
    - 99min / 900mb (856mb data) capacity
    - 32x compatible
    - 25 discs per pack in a strong protective 'cake-box' with securely interlocked base and shell
    - Records up to 99min with required hardware/software

    fuck Derby County

  9. Movies & TV   -   #9
    I got some disks from maplins but can only burn 703mb max with nero 5.5.9.0 and teac dc w512eb, i think its my drive, any sugestions?

  10. Movies & TV   -   #10
    but if you have a cd which is actually 800mb, 90 mins. do u still have to overburn, because i have roxio easy cd creator, couldnt i use that, wouldnt the program recognise the 800mb cd?

    ps (sorry about this) can overburning damage ur drive, i read that somewhere

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