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90 min cd. - 12/8/2001 3:48:26 AM   
haikiko torranaga

 

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Hello Members.


I have try to burn harry potter1 MPG,723MB 72:30.31.min on are 90 Arita CD-80rplus with nero/ but Philips Pcrw804 burner not responding to finisch the burning process.nero say's put are empty cd in your drive.



What can i do to burn the movie.

Please help me.


Thanks.

Greatings from Haikiko.

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RE: 90 min cd. - 12/8/2001 7:34:18 AM   
john

 

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Philips doesn't support overburning which is needed for writing 90/99min CDs

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RE: 90 min cd. - 12/27/2001 9:34:45 AM   
maxwell_hung

 

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If the total length of the mpeg is less than 74 mins it will go on a CD regardless of the file size, and without overburn.
This is of course only for VCD.

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