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Old Mar 03, 2005, 03:38 AM
laplac laplac is offline
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i tried to overburn an LG DVD+R 4.7 GB .. but it failed .. i wonder what is the maximum limit that i can overburn .. the DVD recognized by NERO as 4483 MB and i put data with 4510 MB .. so i overburn only 27 MB and it failed .
in NERO configuration the max overburn is 4600 . i just want to know what is the max capacity i can over burn the DVD knowing its actual size .

sorry for my bad english i will try to explain more .
ex : if the DVD+R is 4483 .. then what is the max size in MB that i can over burn it ? or it have no rule ? or it just only LUCK ?
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Old Mar 15, 2005, 09:26 AM
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there is no point in overburning

you will only get errors

in fact,i have mine set at 4300mb,to keep the imag away from the edge
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Old Jun 17, 2007, 04:57 AM
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i tried to overburn an LG DVD+R 4.7 GB .. but it failed ..
Your burn failed because your drive doesn't support it.

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there is no point in overburning

you will only get errors

in fact,i have mine set at 4300mb,to keep the imag away from the edge
In fact. You can overburn DVDs up to 4630MB. If you go over 4600MB you have to hack your register so that your nero would allow burning (normally the limit is 4600MB).
I have many DVDs that are overburned up to 4620MB. All working perfectly. 4620-4483= 137MB ( * number of DVDs)
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Old Jun 17, 2007, 04:41 PM
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Why don't you check the date next time before you drag up old threads?
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Old Jan 02, 2009, 01:39 PM
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Why don't you check the date next time before you drag up old threads?
god, what an dick you are, what a way to welcome someone new to the forum. no wonder his post count didnt go beyond 1.

consider this old thread dragged up
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Old Jan 02, 2009, 08:44 PM
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Tell me whats the point in answering threads that are 2 years old ?, i would have thought that it would have been sorted a long time ago.

And your answer is to a post of how long ago ?, before name calling i would look on your own door first.

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