Is it necessary to use overburning to get close to 700M on a 700M disc? If so does this imply manufacturers don’t expect the last 50M to be reliable at max speed?
We’ve been having problems with Ghost getting write errors close to the end of the discs. Could it be that Ghost is trying too hard to use all the available capacity?
Is there a way to limit how much it tries to fit on each disc? I know about the SPLIT command line option but the manual says not to use that when writing direct to CD as spanning is done automatically.
Does this sound like a reasonable theory?