First off, please dont tell me to search cause I already have and It didnt help me too much.
Im using nero to burn an “extra CD” that contains about 18 mp3’s (to listen in the CD player) and some data.
what happens is that on that little bar down the very bottom (that tells you the megs used) it says that its under 700 megs (80 minutes), but when I right click on the CD and click properties it tells me that 765 megs have been used. How can that many megs be used when its under 80 minutes?!?
Which one of the counters is right?? the graph or the properties??
Now is it actually possible to overburn that much without totally f***ing up the cd writer?? or am i dreamin??
the burners a Diamond Data (mitsubishi) 16x10x40, and I’m using Sony CD’s that are 700mb.
Should I try it?? or should I just take off a few mp3’s?? also which counter do I believe??
P.S - I’ve already tried that cdmediaworld.com place and they only have 650mg sonys, not 700mg.