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    bigdawgfoxx's Avatar Big Dawg
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    Hey! I remember reading a topic that said something about being able to get more space out of a CD-R or RW then it is said to have. I can't find the topic, so I was wondering if anyone knows if this is possible, or if you could show me how. Thanx
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    Yes it is something to do with being able to fit more bytes per sector by sacrificing error correction data. It is only used with video cds (i think) see here


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    I think he means 'overburning'.

    Type that in a search engine and you'll find lots of info.

    You will be able to fit an extra 18 MB on a 700 MB CD-R.

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