Anybody used the 90 or 99 minutes yet?

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#1

Just curious as I cant get mine to recognize a 90 or 99 minute yet.


#2

If I put a 99min cd in my plextor 12/10/32s, he says that there’s 160mb available.

If I put one in my Acer 1208, he sees the full 99min.

use the search, there has been many topics about this


#3

like he already mentioned it is worth trying the search function.
I have some experience with 99 min and I can tell you for sure they stink (no label could give me 99 min cd’s with good quality)


#4

I did use the search. I wanted somebody opinions


#5

hey dudes
wot do you have to fo to get it to reconise the CD as a 90 or 99 min CD ?? i have a LG 8x 4x 32x bruner
please help


#6

Well, I have a Sanyo BP3 CDRW drive (it will do 93 munutes) and I used it with That’s write 90 minutes CDR’s and it “saw” only 80 minutes worth of CDR. When I use it anyway and overburn, I get a coaster.:frowning:
Same thing on my Plextor (the package says that this recorder is supported by this CDR) my Philips 807, my Philips CDD 485, My LiteOn CDR drive:(
I’ve used Nero, Diskjuggler, WinOnCD, Feurio, CDRWin all in the latest versions:(
Any one have good experiences with other brands of CDR disks?


#7

Hey Rusty,

[ul]
[li]Check if your burner is (phisically) 90 minutes compatible at: Feurio 's site which is a pretty up-to-date burner database.
[/li][li]If it is, you must find a brand and type of CDR’s that is compatible with your burner (and don’t use “That 's write” 90 minutes CDR’s), “Platinum” CD-R 90/800 MB seems to be a good choise.
[/li][li]Then you must find a program that will burn 90 minutes CDR’s
[/li][li]Then you must pray that you have a CD reader that reads 90 minute CD’s :confused:
[/li][/ul]
You might wanna check out
CD Media World
Feurio’s CDR capacity list (if you understand german)


#8

thanks alot wotsupdoc…:slight_smile: