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How can i burn a full 80 minutes onto a CD-R?

To use the disks full capacity, please review the settings of your writing software and set the option to ‘overburn’ a disk.

Please also check for the latest firmware installed on your recorder.

Contact your drive manufacturer for the latest firmware; usually this is available on the drive manufacturers' websites.

Core Technologies : What is MediDisc ?

CD-R and DVD-R targeted toward the medical industry for storing valuable patient information. Using tighter specifications for better compatibility and recording quality. Uses AZO.

Core Technologies : What is SERL ?

A special recording layer present on Verbatim’s CDRW, DVD/ RW and BD-RE media that ensures noise free recording time and time again.

Core Technologies : What is AZO ?

Ultimate resistance to UV light for increased protection and reliability. High quality picture and sound with more than 100 years archival. Used in DVDR and CD-R discs.

What does DataLifePlus mean?

Within the Verbatim professional portfolio is the DataLifePlus range which is selected to even tighter specifications, eradicating tracking and focus errors and ensuring better compatibility with writers and recorders.

This results in:
• Less deflection and eccentricity on CD-R
• Less deviation and tilt on DVD-R
• Tighter specs on BD-R

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