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When i insert a cd to burn it it says that there is 702mb remaining and usually it says the minutes that i have remaining

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Are you using windows to burn it or some kind of burning software. i use NERO but Roxio will work to, depends on what you like.

If the files are audio files it will show you how many minutes you have left as you add files, but if there data files, it will probably tell you how much space is left. When i say Windows as the burner, i mean the drag and drop feature windows uses where it says " Files to be written" or " Burn these files to CD".

Windows just burns file as they are with no converting, you need a burning program that will convert the files and set them up to be played like a cd in a car or stereo.

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