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    will this work?

    I have a memorex (i can't find verbatim ANYWHERE I've been all over)DVD-R which is 4.7gb I also have a WII ISO which is 4.37GB is there a way to make this fit on to the dvd-r? If so, which speed on IMGburn should I use? and is there any additional software I should use?

    Thank you!


    P.s
    Every DVD-R i find is 4.7gb is Verbatim bigger?
    and can DVD+RW or DVD+Rdl be used?
    Last edited by WiiNubE; 09-20-2009 at 03:00 PM.

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    use memorex they are the next best thing after verbatims. use 4x speed and leave the others alone, 4.37 is the standard size of N games, so just burn image with imgburn

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    Quote Originally Posted by messie View Post
    use memorex they are the next best thing after verbatims. use 4x speed and leave the others alone, 4.37 is the standard size of N games, so just burn image with imgburn
    Thank you! As usual, your help is the best.

    I was just worried because the ISO size was bigger than the DVD-R size.

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    I use memorex dvd-r all the time i love them

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    Quote Originally Posted by WiiNubE View Post
    Thank you! As usual, your help is the best.

    I was just worried because the ISO size was bigger than the DVD-R size.
    In your original post you said the dvd size was 4.7 and the image was 4.37 um since when was 4.37>4.7?

    Never

    And if you want to get technical the writeable parts of a dvd = 4.37gb same size as your iso.

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    I took notice to that too and math was my best subject. Also, I disagree with memorex being the next best thing to verbatims. I am not saying that that brand is junk, but you cant put it behind Verbatims. The best brand is Yudins and Verbatims. I have also tried Sony's and HP's and they worked perfectly. I will not buy Memorex since I have had bad luck with their cd-r's with their labels peeling off. Just remember that the darker the dye, the easier it is on the laser, thus better media.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sociallyantisocial View Post
    In your original post you said the dvd size was 4.7 and the image was 4.37 um since when was 4.37>4.7?

    Never

    And if you want to get technical the writeable parts of a dvd = 4.37gb same size as your iso.


    Well what I HAD thought is 37 being a bigger number than 7 you know but I get what you're saying LOL I'm not dumb I promise, just over think things sometimes

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    who taught you math my boy?

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