The CD recorder must support the overburning feature and this type of media. Some recorders support 80 min media but will not support 90 min or 99 min media.
Please check the points below:
This feature is only supported by at least Nero 5.0. Please update to our latest Nero release from our website.
Update to Nero 5.5: Nero Burning ROM
Update to Nero 6: Updates Nero 6 Ultra Edition
Upgrades to the latest versions of Nero 5.5 are free of charge.
The Nero 5 serial number does not work for Nero 6.
To upgrade to Nero 6 from a previous version, please purchase a Nero 6 serial number in our Onlineshop.
You need to have the latest firmware for your recorder model, as it will contain information to enable overburning. Most importantly, it will contain read/write strategies for new brands of CD-R and CD-RW media and can resolve many issues you may otherwise run into.
To overburn, you have to burn in either Â´Disc-At-OnceÂ´ or Â´Disc-At-Once 96Â´ write mode. The multisession mode is not possible.
Enable overburning in Nero's Â´File --> Preferences --> Expert FeaturesÂ´ (if you use Nero Express, do so from Â´More --> Configure --> Expert FeaturesÂ´) and deactivate/disable Â´Check for correct disc formatÂ´ from within NeroÂ´s Â´Files --> Preferences --> GeneralÂ´ (or from within Nero Expresss Â´More --> Configure --> General settingsÂ´).
If you enable overburning in Â´Expert FeaturesÂ´, you should use the settings below, based on the size of media you are working with:
For 80 min media set to 82:00
For 90 min media set to 89:30
For 99 min media set to 99:54:74
Keep 99:54:74 min entered and it will always enable burning to the max.