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Posted on 2004-09-17
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I have a 750mb iso image file. Does anybody know how I can copy this to a 800mb disc? I have tried fireburner and easycd but keep getting the error not enough target space. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Hello sajsharif,

You'll need to enable overburning in the program you use. Personally I use Nero Burning ROM (http://www.nero.com) and here's how to enable overburning capacities:
http://www.nero.com/en/FAQs_Data_CD.html#5

I don't know how to enable it with your programs, but if you like I'll check around for you.

Greetings,

LucF
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Forget your programs and move to Nero !!!

No problems so far, working with it for 4 years now, always have updated, always neat and clean !

Best Regards !

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LucF, thanks very much. Hope thats OK now.
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Glad to help :)

LucF
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by:TheTinkeringToad
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If you use the option to burn image. This should resolve your issue.
If you are useing the basic copy image file to disk all your doing is copying the image file. That will not work for many reasons.
Many ISO files are actually bigger then the disks that they are put on but by burning as image you will resolve that issue.
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