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What Is the Biggest Storage Size CD Made?

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While it's common to find 700 MB discs capable of holding roughly 80 minutes of music, a few manufacturers make larger discs. Discs with a high storage capacity still are the same physical size.

Largest Capacity

The largest CD-R discs manufactured are 99-minute CD-R discs. For storage, these discs are capable of holding up to 870 MB of data.

Compatibility

Before rushing out and buying a 99-minute CD-R, be warned that they're often incompatible with most CD burners and CD burning software. The extra storage capacity actually is accomplished by the manufacturers failing to conform to widely held industry standards, which make the discs unable to function in most drives, states the Optical Storage Technology Association.

Considerations

CD-Rs can hold only a fraction of the data DVD-R discs can hold. DVD-R discs have storage capacities exceeding 100 GBs and, provided you have a compatible burner, can hold all the same data that CDs can hold, although they can't be used as music CDs. Also, consider purchasing a flash drive or external hard drive for much greater and more convenient storage.

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Where can I buy 120 minute CD-Rs?

  • 1st Jul 2001 12:43#1

    kinghowdy is offline
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    anyone know where I can get my hands on some of these and I know they exist
    http://www.cdfreaks.com/news2.php3?ID=764

  • 1st Jul 2001 12:50#2

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    My main question is are 120min CD-R's the same as DDCD's? If so as I understood, from this article, http://www.cdrinfo.com/articles/doublecd/index.shtml , one would need a new burner.

  • 1st Jul 2001 12:57#3

    kinghowdy is offline
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    I don't think they're DDCDs, but probably something similar to it because my article said it was made buy the same company that made the 99 minute CD-Rs so maybe I wouldn't need a new burner, I'd still like to see where I can get some

  • 1st Jul 2001 13:07#4

    aldus4 is offline
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    Well my 90+ CD-R's are made by RITEK, so I suppose one should contact them

  • 1st Jul 2001 13:12#5

    aldus4 is offline
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    Just checked Ritek's website. Nothing posted yet!

  • 23rd Mar 2013 03:12#6

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    700mb cds are easy to get

  • 23rd Mar 2013 03:27#7

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    Originally Posted by jamespooView Post

    700mb cds are easy to get

    Is it really necessary to drag up a thread from 2001?
  • 23rd Mar 2013 08:53#8

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    Dear Lord. I think that moron jamespoo is now our champion for having dug up the oldest thread ever to reply to. A dubious "achievement" if I've ever heard of it. Congrats, jamespoo. You're our new graverobbing champion. I honestly can't remember a longer period of time between posts in a thread that has been grave robbed.

    Seriously - After almost 12 years, JUST LEAVE IT ALONE.

  • 23rd Mar 2013 14:00#9

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    I do not understand why 'dead' threads eg without a post after say 6 months do not get locked down.

    Would not inhibit searching but would prevent idiot posts especially where the comment had nothing to do with the OP.

  • 23rd Mar 2013 14:27#10

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    Originally Posted by DB83View Post

    I do not understand why 'dead' threads eg without a post after say 6 months do not get locked down.

    Would not inhibit searching but would prevent idiot posts especially where the comment had nothing to do with the OP.

    +1

    Moderators could purposely allow a few useful threads to still be open in case new info needed to be added.

    This is a problem on other forums as well where a newbie will search through pages way back to the beginning of time
    then add their "valuable" contribution.
  • 23rd Mar 2013 17:28#11

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    Originally Posted by jamespooView Post

    700mb cds are easy to get

    HOLY F'n $H!T!!!!!!!!



    Originally Posted by jman98View Post

    Dear Lord. I think that moron jamespoo is now our champion for having dug up the oldest thread ever to reply to. A dubious "achievement" if I've ever heard of it. Congrats, jamespoo. You're our new graverobbing champion. I honestly can't remember a longer period of time between posts in a thread that has been grave robbed.

    Seriously - After almost 12 years, JUST LEAVE IT ALONE.

    LOL!!

    When I read the title I thought, WOW, I have not heard anything about oversized CD-R's that large in a long time!!

    Then I saw it was from 2001!!
    And I was like, WTF dug this up ?!?!
    Maybe someone had a link to where you could buy them now ?
    All I have seen are 99min lately.

    Then I saw the next newest post was TODAY!!!
    And not a damn thing to do with the thread at all!!

    LMAO!!!!
  • 23rd Mar 2013 18:44#12

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    I'm not going to impugn the intelligence of jamespoo. Shoulda known better though and checked the dates. A member since 2009 has to know grave robbers are gonna get rough treatment around here. Anyway, wow, just wow.

    If this isn't the all-time record for grave robbing, it's got to be awfully close.
  • 23rd Mar 2013 19:03#13

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    Originally Posted by fritiz93

    If this isn't the all-time record for grave robbing, it's got to be awfully close.

    To pile on a bit lets find out what the first internet forum was and dig up a post from that. What early 90s maybe? I guess the bulletin bbs days is that it?

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  • 11th Aug 2013 08:59#14

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    Not many machines would be able to play past 100 minutes anyway. I have problems getting the machines I have to go past 92 minutes let alone 120.

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    How to Burn large file Music (MP3) into a 700MB Disc

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    • text/html1/21/2014 3:00:36 AMYolanda Zhu0

      Please first make sure that the CD or DVD or something like that has a enough space to store the music file, I think the length of the music file does not matter, but format does, pay attention to "How big the file is" and the storage of the CD,etc.

      I suspect that the cause is storage, just as the "HELP" said, try if you can split it into 2 cd's.

      Regards


      Yolanda
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      • Marked as answer byRoger LuThursday, February 6, 2014 2:09 AM
    • text/html1/21/2014 11:28:25 AMS.Sengupta0

      This is normal.Audio CDs hold roughly 80 minutes of music.If the total of your MP3 files came to 120 minutes then WMP will divide up the files so that you can burn 2 audio discs.


      S.Sengupta, Windows Entertainment and Connected Home MVP

      • Marked as answer byRoger LuThursday, February 6, 2014 2:09 AM

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    • text/html1/21/2014 3:00:36 AMYolanda Zhu0

      Please first make sure that the CD or DVD or something like that has a enough space to store the music file, I think the length of the music file does not matter, but format does, pay attention to "How big the file is" and the storage of the CD,etc.

      I suspect that the cause is storage, just as the "HELP" said, try if you can split it into 2 cd's.

      Regards


      Yolanda
      TechNet Community Support

      • Marked as answer byRoger LuThursday, February 6, 2014 2:09 AM
    • text/html1/21/2014 11:28:25 AMS.Sengupta0

      This is normal.Audio CDs hold roughly 80 minutes of music.If the total of your MP3 files came to 120 minutes then WMP will divide up the files so that you can burn 2 audio discs.


      S.Sengupta, Windows Entertainment and Connected Home MVP

      • Marked as answer byRoger LuThursday, February 6, 2014 2:09 AM
    • text/html1/21/2014 8:43:55 PMTim De Baets0

      Are you referring to the following paragraph in WMP's Help?

      If you have more songs in your burn list than will fit on one audio CD, you'll have the option to burn the remaining items to a second blank CD.

      This only applies when burning multiple songs and when only a part of the songs fit on a single disc. It doesn't say that when you try to burn a single song that is in itself longer than 80 minutes, WMP will automatically split it. In that case, you will have to do the splitting yourself.


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