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Old 6 Jul 2006, 07:20 AM   #1
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Hi everyone. I am trying to burn a DVD9 +R using ImgBurn and I got the following message...

"User specified layer break position exceeds L0 capacity.

User specified L0 sectors: 2,092,896
Maximum L0 sectors: 2,086,912

Would you like to continue anyway?"

Should I or not? And did I do something wrong? By the way, I am following the "How to burn Dual Layer Disks with PgcEdit" by blutach guide.
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Old 6 Jul 2006, 08:13 AM   #2
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You need to specify another cell. The cell you have specified is too high.

PgcEdit will not let you pick a bad cell.

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Old 6 Jul 2006, 08:25 AM   #3
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I did use PgcEdit. When I got to the Select Layer Break window, I let the "BLUE" highlighted cell called out as the one. Here are the options I got to work with...

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Which one will work?
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Any of them should work. Have you checked the capacity of your blank?

Is it a +R or -R. If -R what is the L0 data capacity. The guide explains this.

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First thing, I want thank you for your help. It is appreciated.

I have a blank Verbatim DVD+R DL disk in the drive...
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Then it should be the right sectors as the defaults in PgcEdit. To be sure, check it, like the guide says.

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Hmm yeah, it looks like you're building for DVD-R DL but actually burning to DVD+R DL.
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