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What is Overburning?
Published  07/2/2011 | Computer Encyclopedia Page 2 | Unrated
What is Overburning?
Every writeable optical disc has a maximum stated capacity. Overburning refers to the practice of writing more data than the stated capacity. In some cases, the disc has the capacity to accommodate overhead information, and this area can be written to by overburning. The procedure can, however, be risky, since it could render the disc and/or the drive unusable.
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