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Thread: How Do You Configure Overburn For Nero?

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    Monkeee's Avatar Post Whore
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    how do you configure overburn for nero?

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    just turn it on, if your burning something that requires it, it will prompt you if that it requires over burning

    to turn it on its in the preferences I believe

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    Originally posted by muchspl2@21 December 2003 - 05:34
    just turn it on, if your burning something that requires it, it will prompt you if that it requires over burning

    to turn it on its in the preferences I believe
    Yep go to File > Preferences > Expert features....

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    its in minutes.... do you how what to put in to overburn a couple of megs?

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    Originally posted by Monkeee@21 December 2003 - 06:02
    its in minutes.... do you how what to put in to overburn a couple of megs?
    adding an extra 2 minutes should be adequate.

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    HOWEVER...to use overburn you HAVE to burn in Disc-at-once (DAO) mode....not in Track-at-once (TAO) mode...

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    Originally posted by DWk@21 December 2003 - 22:04
    HOWEVER...to use overburn you HAVE to burn in Disc-at-once (DAO) mode....not in Track-at-once (TAO) mode...
    No you don't. I over burn in TAO all the time!

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