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    Slightly Off Topic, but...
    I'm planning on using Nero to overburn a cd (fit more onto the disk than it says it can hold, which is actually the manufacturers minimal amount). however, there is a warning message that using the "Overburn option may damage your disk drive, use at your own risk". Anybody know if this is a serious concern, or will it only damage someones cd drive 1 in a million times?
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    i in a million actually i have not heard of it doing so yet but it does not mean it won't happen i guess.

    i think its one of thosse it could happen so lets cover our ass type of warning

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    cool, thx MUSLEMAN !
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    np boss

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    When overcutting DON'T cut at full steam do it lower that way you won't get too many errors say 8-16 is fine, plus it isn't only the cutter it can be the cd disc's that don't like overcutting too.
    I once got 12megs extra on a disc which was mp3's,done at 4speed took a while but worked with a tdk 32speed max disc.

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