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have 780mb cd - can't overburn over 703mb - 12/26/2002 12:27:56 PM   
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Hi!

I bought a 780mb cd [cost x2 more!] & I set nero to overburn...
sometimes nero just don't let me over burn saying I don't have room [only 703mb]... sometimes he asks me if I want to overburn & then fail it at the end...

the cd is 780mb 90 min... why can't I overburn ?
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RE: have 780mb cd - can't overburn over 703mb - 12/26/2002 2:53:21 PM   
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Have you set overburning time up to 99:54:74 ?


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RE: have 780mb cd - can't overburn over 703mb - 12/26/2002 3:52:02 PM   
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Why 99:54:74 ???
I just told that it's a 90min 780mb cd...

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RE: have 780mb cd - can't overburn over 703mb - 12/28/2002 7:34:33 PM   
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If it's 90min, then set in your Overburn preferences as 90mins.

Select No Multisession, DAO and, MOST important of all, DONT burn at high speed. Leave it 8x, despite being the CDR says it's 40x or 48x. They are all craps!

Good Luck!

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RE: have 780mb cd - can't overburn over 703mb - 12/28/2002 10:45:22 PM   
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I did... I did...
bur nero keep saying that I don't have much space on the cd... & that I need to put bigger cd... (even that the cd have the needed space)

maybe the yamaha 2200e can't burn cds larger then 700-703mb ???

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RE: have 780mb cd - can't overburn over 703mb - 12/28/2002 11:07:36 PM   
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Maybe you can follow on this topic regarding overburning.
http://www.cdrinfo.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=8119

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bur nero keep saying that I don't have much space on the cd... & that I need to put bigger cd... (even that the cd have the needed space)


Nero will not detect the LARGE capacity CDRs (90min/99min) CDR as 90min/99min respectively. Nero will only show a maximum of 80min no matter what CDR u put in, despite the size is 100min or whatsoever. I read from other forum saying that official maximum CDR size is 80min/700MB, hence the limitation on the burning software.

Dont bother about the prompting about insufficient disk space. As long as you've enable & set the overburning capacity to be higher than your compilation, you will able to burn them. Somehow, Nero will prompt you for confirmation before overburning the CDR. Click it anyway.

As for the fail of burning, have you tried reading the disk? There are quite a number of reason for the overburning failures.
1) Drive doesnt support overburning. I dont believe this is your problem. Anyway, u can check this in Nero. Click on "Chooses a recorder" and you can see the drive's features.

2) Drive is too old or condition is not good for overburning due to wear and tear. Yes, I've got an old Acer drive here, 8x4x24x, unable to overburn my 80min CDR as much as my new LiteOn drive can do. Hence the drive problem.

3) I've heard of this problem with some drives, that you will get fail burn when doing Disc-At-Once burn. My friend always complained about this when using his Creative drive. Somehow, I manage to use it without problem. So I m not sure whether your drive is in this category.

Last, try to run an overburning test using Nero CD Speed, set the speed to 8x or 16x. See what's the maximum capacity your drive can go. :)

Good Luck!

Note: CD Speed not 100% accurate, as my 80min CDR finished the test at 48x 99min 57sec without problem.

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RE: have 780mb cd - can't overburn over 703mb - 12/29/2002 11:11:29 AM   
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there was a bug in an older version of nero which wouldn't let you override the "not enough space" pop up. i don't know exactly which version but if you are using anything newer than 5.572, the bug was fixed.

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RE: have 780mb cd - can't overburn over 703mb - 12/29/2002 2:20:10 PM   
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I did all what you told me guys...
nothing...
BUT I saw that I could choose tao,dao(disk-at-once) *OR*
disk-at-once/96
so I choosed disk-at-once/96 - & the simulation was good...

a. what is disk-at-once/96 ???
b. I'm writing the cd now with disk-at-once/96 ,hope it's will be ok...
[btw, the finalise option is not available when using disk-at-once/96 -strange...]


ps.
in preferences-->expert
I also clicked the
"Enable image recorder for all supported recorder formats"
so this could helped too... [what is it anyway?]

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RE: have 780mb cd - can't overburn over 703mb - 12/29/2002 6:25:48 PM   
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No idea what's DAO/96 all about, I've only used DAO + Finalize.

Maybe u wanna try newer version of Nero as rabbit suggested? :)

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RE: have 780mb cd - can't overburn over 703mb - 12/29/2002 10:16:12 PM   
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I downloaded the new upgrade a week ago...

anyway I burned the cd in dao/96
& in expert I choosed:
"Enable image recorder for all supported recorder formats"

The cd looks ok...
[but I didn't had the finalized option...]

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RE: have 780mb cd - can't overburn over 703mb - 12/30/2002 4:05:05 AM   
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Well, just make sure you make a test copy of the CDR before erasing the original file off your harddisk. :)

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RE: have 780mb cd - can't overburn over 703mb - 12/30/2002 11:31:23 AM   
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ok...
thanx

now,
Can someone please tell me what is dao/96 ?
& in expert tab: "Enable image recorder for all supported recorder formats"
?

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RE: have 780mb cd - can't overburn over 703mb - 12/30/2002 8:09:18 PM   
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disc at once/96 does finalize the CD-R, it just greys out the option of *not* finalizing the CD. I think the /96 has to do with sub channel data...but I'm not sure.

Glad to hear you've got it working better now!


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RE: have 780mb cd - can't overburn over 703mb - 12/30/2002 8:37:48 PM   
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yup...
but the cd is readable just from my x52 cdrom reader...
my other drives (both x40) can't read all of the cd...

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RE: have 780mb cd - can't overburn over 703mb - 1/27/2003 4:49:32 PM   
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Thx to you. I had the same problem, and I didn't know how to overburn CDs at all. Now it works, and for the 700s, I can overburn them pretty well, read them them perfectly well with any CD-Rom.
As for the larger blanks, I have a 800MB one, which can only be read in my 48x and my 52x but not in my 32x.


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RE: have 780mb cd - can't overburn over 703mb - 1/27/2003 9:02:21 PM   
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some CD burners and CD ROMs just can't read or write to 90min or 99min CD-Rs. You could try updating your firmware, but that's about the only thing you can do. Good Luck!


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