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How do I burn One File on Two CD's.

I mean, the File is 5.1 GB, and I only have disks of 4.7GB.

So, how do I do it so the Half of the File gets copied to one, and another half to other CD? How do I do that?

No, I'm not talking about illegal/pirated sh*t.

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Try compressing this file into two-part archive. Every good file compresser has such option.

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WinRAR, WinZIP, 7zip, PowerArchiver to name the least.

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WinRAR, WinZIP, 7zip, PowerArchiver to name the least.

Yeah, but WinRAR when I say to Compress it, the time is increasing, from 1 to 2 hours notify.gif and then decreasing just a little.

I mean... 1:58 back to 1:59, no progress.

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Certain burning software lets you span the data across a set of disc so that when the first disc is full, the program will as for a 2nd blank disk and

continue with the burning.

I believe Nero Ultra Edition has this as I've done it a few time back in the years.

But one thing I didn't like was, you can't view the files directly from the disc itself. It must always be extracted to your computer first, before you can view it.

Another is to just buy yourself some double layer blank DVDs and avoid all the hassle.

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Finn 7 five 11
Another is to just buy yourself some double layer blank DVDs and avoid all the hassle.

5 bucks and you have yourself 10 of them, i would much rather do that.

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