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dsmith402

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i am trying to burn items to a DVD disc and i have bin/cue files. i've been told nero will do the trick, but when i load the CUE file in the application it automatically switches it over to burning it as a CD and not a DVD. even if i select burn DVD image after i load the CUE file is changes back to cd. any suggestions on either how to fix it with nero or another program that better equiped to burn bin/cue files. thanks guys
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In Nero you need to select "Burn Image To Disk". It sounds like you're trying to burn the physical file itself to what would eventually become new media.
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i went to the 'recorder' tab, and opened the "burn image" option....but when i select the file it still brings it up as it being a CD and not a DVD and wont let me burn the file if i have a DVD in the tray.
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In which case the only thing I can assume is that the original image came from a CD and Nero will not let you burn to a DVD what came from a CD originally.
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