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Is there any CDR that has over 1G space? If yes Where can I get one?
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Hi amoe,

No, they don't exist, the best you can get is 99 minutes (about 900MB) but most writers won't support those to the full capacity.

Greetings,

LucF
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One detail about the so-called 99 min disc is that it requires over-burning (only some writers have this) as well as special discs.  If you are trying to burn something like music or movies, you can squeeze extra onto a CDR by avoiding the error protection used with data CD's. There is also an option to make a data CD "disguised" as a music CD to avoid the error protection and gain some space. This is known as an XCD.
Hope this helps a little.
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