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Old 08-18-2004, 05:51 PM   #1
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So i buy this DVD burner and look into its HD burning feature, and am wondering the following:

The burner came with Nero 6.0 for dvd and cdr burning. There is a built-in feature of HD burning which is supposed to allow me to burn 1.4GB of data onto a 700mb cd-r. I tried the burn and it would not work,

is there a certain kind of disk that is needed or something I didn't do that did not allow the burn?

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Old 08-19-2004, 04:34 PM   #2
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Maybe Nero isnt compatible with the HDD burning feature?

Are you sure you were burning EXACTLY 1.4 Gig?
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Old 08-19-2004, 06:27 PM   #3
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Maybe Nero isnt compatible with the HDD burning feature?

NERO COMES WITH BUILT-IN HD BURNING OPTION SO ITS COMPATIBLE.

Are you sure you were burning EXACTLY 1.4 Gig?

I thought that question would come up, i almost included the answer to this in my first question.

NO, it was like 1 GB, I kept it a little lower than 1.4 GB to leave room for formatting.
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Please go to Nero help and copy and paste the phrase
"burn 1.4 gb on a 700 mb cdr-disk"
A dvd burner uses a dvd disk for burning.
A cd-rw uses cd-r'd for burning
A dvd-rw and a cd-rw require formating,none others.
Formating has nothing to do with this.
If it works than i wont have to buy a dvd burner.
I spent months on this,i doubt it works,even for the deluxe version of Nero.
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wow really???wtf would they sell that idea for if it doesnt work, fu*k up!!!


ANYONE ELSE?
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wow really???wtf would they sell that idea for if it doesnt work, fu*k up!!!


ANYONE ELSE?
I don't know but i only have a cd-rw,and thought i could burn more than 700,Dont you have a genuine "DVD burner (writer) " and dvd disks ?
,if so whats the problem ?
So what exactly is it ? If i had a dvd burner i would learn how to use it.
It's in the book.
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dood, yes i have a dvd-rw

and dvd+r 's lol

why wouldnt I.

anyone one else?
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dood, yes i have a dvd-rw

and dvd+r 's lol

why wouldnt I.

anyone one else?
So take your pick,1.4 on a dvd disk or 700 on a cd-r.
It's not rocket science,is it.
You have all the tools,are you just trying to save the little difference in the price of cd-r disk and dvd disks.Thats what i see.
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So take your pick,1.4 on a dvd disk or 700 on a cd-r.
It's not rocket science,is it.
You have all the tools,are you just trying to save the little difference in the price of cd-r disk and dvd disks.Thats what i see.
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you said q.4 one a dvd???? why the hell would i put 1.4 gb on a dvd, the dvd disks hold 4.7 gb man, DUH.
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you said q.4 one a dvd???? why the hell would i put 1.4 gb on a dvd, the dvd disks hold 4.7 gb man, DUH.
I don't know you said it remember how this all started,spiderman,
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The burner came with Nero 6.0 for dvd and cdr burning. There is a built-in feature of HD burning which is supposed to allow me to burn 1.4GB of data onto a 700mb cd-r. I tried the burn and it would not work,
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So have you decided "it won't work" and never could ?
I know a dvd holds more but the above is how you started this topic.
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