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is there anyway to fit 808+mb file to a 700mb cdr?

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  1. juntec

    juntec Member

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    i really need help on this
    how do put a 808+mb files on to a 700mb cdr?

    I have the .bin and .cue file

    but it keeps saying there is not enough space on the medium

    i'm running nero 5.5.9.13
     
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    Praetor Moderator Staff Member

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    You are trying to burn it as an image? or as a data cd? You should be burning it as an image:
    1. Open Nero
    2. File --> Burn Image
    3. Select Image file
    4. Burn per usual
     
  3. Shoey

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    Oor if you don't wan't to pay for Nero then use burnatonce 0.97a (freebie). Enable overburn>load the cue>burn (baby burn).
    http://www.burnatonce.com/downloads/

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    There must be some limit to what you can overburn?

    Nero warns that you can actually damage your CD burner doing this. Is this right?
     
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    Praetor Moderator Staff Member

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    If you burn SLOW (i.e., 8x or less) then you prolly shouldnt encouter any problems. For DATA cds i think there is a reliable limit of 720MB or so, for SVCDs and such, 830MB is average.
     
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    no it says that my CD medium doesnt have the space to support it (?) something like that and i'm using Memorix 700mb CD
     
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    Goto File --> Preferences --> Expert Features --> Enable Overburn
    Set the value to something like 90 minutes. Now just make sure you burn slowly and you will be fine.
     
  8. Shoey

    Shoey Guest

    Use the program m8, it's [bold] FREE [/bold]
    I burn bin& cue all the time (SVCD) and have burned 837 mb file (bin& cue). The program is very [bold] simple to use [/bold]

    Shoey :)
     

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