Re: how to burn iso image over 4.7GB
On Wed, Apr 11, 2012 at 11:50 PM, J.Hwan Kim <email@example.com> wrote:
> 2012년 04월 12일 13:30, Victor Padro 쓴 글:
>> 2012/4/11 J.Hwan Kim<firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>>> Hi, everyone
>>> I'm trying burn ISO image of which size is exactly 4.7GB.
>>> When I tried to burn the image with K3b, it could not burn
>>> because the ISO is too big for my 4.7G DVD.
>>> Is there any method to burn it to my 4.7G DVD?
>>> Should I buy Double side DVD?
>>> Thanks in advance.
>>> Best Regards,
>>> J.Hwan Kim
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>> I suppose you DVD Media is DVD+R, try using DVD-R and you will not
>> have any issues any more, the same just happened to me when I tried to
>> burn some Debian and CentOS i386 ISOs.
>> Best regards,
> Thank you for reply.
> My DVD media is DVD-R.
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Then try to use overburn:
Settings -> Configure K3B -> Advanced tab -> check Allow Overburning.
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