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    Samurai's Avatar Usenet Fanboy
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    Yo,

    I'm trying to burn a video file (as data) onto a CD which has a storage limit of (703MB). The file in question happens to be exactly 703MB in size but even though I've set Nero up to Overburn, it's not happening.

    The CD's I'm using are not cheap or anything, they're Verbatim SuperAZO CD's.

    The application I'm using to burn my CD's is 'Nero Burning Rom'. Everything is the latest version (As always).

    I'm pretty sure there's a way to ensure I can burn it by changing some of the settings such as the 'File System' currently set @ ISO 9660 + Joliet

    Anyone know if there's something I'm missing here?

    I'm 324KB out!!!

  2. Software & Hardware   -   #2
    The latest version can in theroy write to 712 megs, look for "Enable generation of short lead-out" in "Expert Features" tab.
    Last edited by Ariel_001; 02-21-2005 at 12:52 PM.

  3. Software & Hardware   -   #3
    I've burned around 709mb to a cd before with Nero. The thing is, your burner has to support overburning because there are some that will not let you do it.

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    orcutt989's Avatar Blargh
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    Nero can tell you if your writer supports overburn, I forget how to do it, I just accidentally stumbled upon it while looking through nero.

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    Samurai's Avatar Usenet Fanboy
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    Guys I know I'm asking for help but seriously...

    "Check to see if burner supports overburn" was the first thing on my list.

    In any case I fixed the problem around 10 minutes after I posted. Seems Ariel 001 was right. I managed to see the tick box in the expert features tab and went with the flow.


    Cheers for the help anyhoo

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    Heh, the last time I tried overburning I broke my cd burner. Now it wont burn. But thats ok I got a new one.

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    Harsh!'s Avatar n00b
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    Jesus..
    I didnt think they made Cd-Burners that couldnt "Overburn" anymore??

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