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How To Copy 700.81 Mb to 700 Mb CDR with NERO

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How do I copy a 700.81 MB DIVX.avi file to a 700 MB CD using NERO 3.8?

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turn on "disc at once"

how come you are showing up as unregistered.....

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disc at once, thanks.

I don't know. I am using a P2P client if that has anything to do with it. I wondered about that myself.

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Why are you accessing MSFN thru a P2P client? Why Nero 3.8? :)

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I am not accessing MSFN with the client - I am accessing MSFN with IE6.

I am just running the client at the same time and thought maybe that has something to do with it. I seldom run the client at all.

Thinking about what I was doing before I made the post I remembered I backspaced with IE6 rather then use the links. Old habit I cannot seem to break.

This will be my first attempt to copy this type of file to a CD and I only have NERO. Is there a better method?

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This will be my first attempt to copy this type of file to a CD and I only have NERO. Is there a better method?

First of all i would suggest you get the latest version of Nero 5.5.8.2 here

Just burn the avi file like you would an ordinary data cd.

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Theres Nero 5.5.8.2, might have better features to handle this sort of thing really.

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SNAP!

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disc-at-once and nero 5582, thanks

I was concerned about trying to burn 700.81 Mb to a 700 Mb disc since the file is greater than the capacity of the disc, but I guess it will work.

Many thanks,

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The capacity of a 700mb CD-R is actually 703mb, but the box/case says 700mb to round it off.

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Dude :) I knew you would know.

I have always wanted to ask you this ...

Are there any tricks like the one in the past from the tutorial you created?

Thanks,

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You mean the guide I made on making a bootable XP CD in Nero?

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Yes. But for the thing I am doing.

That guide is a hall of famer :)

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Someone else made the instructions, I asked his permission to make it illustrated and make a site on it, he said to go ahead :)

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I wonder how he knew what information to fill in the blanks.

You both deserve feathers in your hats :)

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oh ya I agree..AaronXP was/is still huge back when winxp first started out..

heck.. I found out about this place thru his site....

it's funny.. he actually knows something :rolleyes::D:)

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yep, I was totally devoted to learning everything revolving around Windows XP, and found out a lot. Decided to help out the community a lot with my knowledge :)

And I never spreaded any bulls***, like some idiots do out there on the net. (e.g. fake longhorn vids etc)

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yep, I was totally devoted to learning everything revolving around Windows XP, and found out a lot. Decided to help out the community a lot with my knowledge  :rolleyes:

And I never spreaded any bulls***, like some idiots do out there on the net. (e.g. fake longhorn vids etc)

part of it is still up right here : http://web.archive.org/web/20011020203356/...kme.to/msbetang

:)

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heh, the table is so small, for 640x480 browsers! Next time I'll use a table size for 800x600 :)

but i doubt MSBetaNG will be back....

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