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I have a Roxio Easy CD Creator 5 basic, and it can burn up to 80 minutes on a CD. What shall I do to upgrade it to burne more that 80 minutes ? I am not that good at PC's and I would appreciate if I could have it in details please. I am using Windows XP home. My E-mail address is f.tangen@online.no

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I have a Roxio Easy CD Creator 5 basic, and it can burn up to 80 minutes on a CD. What shall I do to upgrade it to burne more that 80 minutes ? I am not that good at PC's and I would appreciate if I could have it in details please. I am using Windows XP home. My E-mail address is

ECDC 6, above version 6.0, as I recall, supported overburning to more than 80 minutes, but that's all. You should be able to find it available on ebay. ECDC 7 and above eliminated that as an option. In general, stick with the 80 minute label. It's a standard, and most things will work well within that limit. Trying to go above that is just asking for trouble.

 

Unless you're wanting more spam, you'd be advised to edit your original post to remove your e-mail address as boards like these are trolled for e-mail addresses.

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I have a Roxio Easy CD Creator 5 basic, and it can burn up to 80 minutes on a CD. What shall I do to upgrade it to burne more that 80 minutes ? I am not that good at PC's and I would appreciate if I could have it in details please. I am using Windows XP home. My E-mail address is f.tangen@online.no

 

I haven't even attempted to make a 99 minute CD but from what I've read in the main pc mags over the last few months, not only do no players support it but, based on the standards for audio cd's, it's illegal (?). But, for some reason, you have a better chance of getting the 90 or 99 minute cd's in the UK. I believe, if I remember the story I read, overburning uses the Disc at Once mode along with the burners overburn mode. The discs must use a tigher data spiral.

I don't know if there are many software programs out yet to do this but I do know there are a few wise people who visit this forum who most likely know much more about this stuff than I even care to.

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ECDC 6, above version 6.0, as I recall, supported overburning to more than 80 minutes, but that's all. You should be able to find it available on ebay. ECDC 7 and above eliminated that as an option. In general, stick with the 80 minute label. It's a standard, and most things will work well within that limit. Trying to go above that is just asking for trouble.

 

Unless you're wanting more spam, you'd be advised to edit your original post to remove your e-mail address as boards like these are trolled for e-mail addresses.

Altho OP has WinXP, in case anyone else is reading this - don't consider EMC 7, 7.5, or 8 unless you have a minimum of Win2000 SP4 or WinXP SP1.

 

Lynn

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I haven't even attempted to make a 99 minute CD but from what I've read in the main pc mags over the last few months, not only do no players support it but, based on the standards for audio cd's, it's illegal (?). But, for some reason, you have a better chance of getting the 90 or 99 minute cd's in the UK. I believe, if I remember the story I read, overburning uses the Disc at Once mode along with the burners overburn mode. The discs must use a tigher data spiral.

I don't know if there are many software programs out yet to do this but I do know there are a few wise people who visit this forum who most likely know much more about this stuff than I even care to.

 

 

Thanks a lot

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