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Can you burn a 1GB file onto a fat32 file system?

Discussion in 'CD-R' started by u2konline, Oct 26, 2007.

  1. u2konline

    u2konline Member

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    Just wondering.

    Funny thing i can enter a dvd disc in my drive and install it and play it, but i cant enter a blank dvd disc into the drive to burn dvd files, with fat32 on windows98se.

    Thats weird.
     
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    It's my understanding that the maximum size for a file under fat32 is 4GB.
    Which program are you using to author the file to the DVD (since Windows does not support DVD burning)?
     
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    Well its like this, i have dvd disc, 4GB disc. And i have a ISO, that is slightly over 1GB, but under 2GB. I have 120% and nero, and i wanted to burn the file onto a disc, using 120% it says it can burn the 1GB file onto the cd-r, but the file is larger then the disc.

    I dont think its a way i can burn it to a cd+r without missing data, so should i just use winrar to break the files apart?
     
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    An iso is a cd image, so it should go on a Cd, but I don't know how Windows 98 would figure into it.
    Nero Burning Rom and 'Recorder', 'Burn Image' and select the ISO.
    It costs one cd to find out.
     

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