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99 minute cdr's

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99 minute cdr's

hi all can anyone tell me why my cdrw drive will not recognise 99 min cdr's
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RE: 99 minute cdr's

> hi all can anyone tell me why my cdrw drive will not recognise 99 min cdr's

Must admit: I didn't realize you could get 99 minute CDRs. The answer may well depend on the specifications stated on your drive. Check the instructions or visit the manufacturer's website and locate your model on there.

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RE: 99 minute cdr's

> hi all can anyone tell me why my cdrw drive will not recognise 99 min cdr's

Yeah I am quite sure it is your CDRW Drive that can't handle the 99 min CDR's. If I were you I wouldn't trust them just yet. I would wait until they become widely used and then finally when they are the 'norm' then start using them of course you will need a CDRW Drive that supports burning these CDR's.
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RE: 99 minute cdr's

> hi all can anyone tell me why my cdrw drive will not recognise 99 min cdr's

Hi there, I just found this on the net I think it mentions what ur asking for. You need a CDR Drive that has the 'Overburn' feature. Check this site.

http://www.blankcdr.co.uk/acatalog/CDR_Supplies_Direct_90_and_99_Min_CDR_6.html