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I have cyberlink ultra 5.0 in my computer and I used to be able to burn 8.5 DVDs, but now I'm unable to do so. What is the problem. It burns 4.7 very well, but not the 8.5.

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I would suggest using a new program, either there is something corrupted in the installation of the program you were using or your disk drive is broken. A good program (that I use every day) is IMGBurn (http://www.imgburn.com/), it works very reliably and burns 8.5gb (dual layer) dvds easily. It may also be that you are trying to burn on Single layer (4.7gb) disks instead of dual layer, make sure to check the packaging.

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