There is no need for overburning to write 700MB CD, is it?

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#1

Well. Actualy I don’t have problems with overburning.

There is no need for overburning to write 700MB CD, is it?

I have problems to write normal 700MB CD. Nero says that this media is too small.

I have tryed different CDs:
Preformance CD-R 700MB 48x
Preformance CD-R 700MB 52x
Verbatium CD-RW 700MB 10x
but the result was the same.

This problem is apearing in both Nero 5 and Nero 6.

:confused:


#2

Originally posted by djhurio

Well. Actualy I don’t have problems with overburning.

There is no need for overburning to write 700MB CD, is it?

I have problems to write normal 700MB CD. Nero says that this media is too small.

Right. As said, you need the Nero6patch in order to stop seeing those “Media is too small” messages in Nero.

club.cdfreaks.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=75365


#3

Hi djhurio ,

Burning 700 mb is not actually overburning. It’s just the 80 minute standard as you already may know. Most cd-re-writers can handle this easily.

Capacity of CD is 700MB or 734,003,200 bytes. Or even more 703MB = 737,148,928 bytes.

//edit// updated the info , apologies for the wrong information //end of edit//

In Nero , you can use the progressbar (below) to see how full your cd-rom is going to be. That’s usually a good indication to check how far you can go. If you happen to write , say 701mb , it’s not a problem for most cd-recordables , since almost every cd-recordable can overwrite a little.

You just have to enable this in the expert features and remember you can only use this option when you choose to burn " disc at once ". Don’t forget to close the session.


Hmm crosspost… let’s close this one shall we ?