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astromandan [Avatar]
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I'm new to the forum and Cyberlink software. I have an LG burner that is supposed to be M-DISC compatible. I can't find any instructions on how to use Cyberlink to burn an M-Disc for data. At $25 per disc, I don't want to "just give it a try." Any suggestions on where to start?

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Quote I'm new to the forum and Cyberlink software. I have an LG burner that is supposed to be M-DISC compatible. I can't find any instructions on how to use Cyberlink to burn an M-Disc for data. At $25 per disc, I don't want to "just give it a try." Any suggestions on where to start?

Thanks,

Astromandan




M-Disc is a pure optical burner and blank disc support issue, if your LG burner says it supports M-Disc, then any software can burn

M-Disc well by your LG burner.
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astromandan [Avatar]
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Quote I'm new to the forum and Cyberlink software. I have an LG burner that is supposed to be M-DISC compatible. I can't find any instructions on how to use Cyberlink to burn an M-Disc for data. At $25 per disc, I don't want to "just give it a try." Any suggestions on where to start?

Thanks,

Astromandan




M-Disc is a pure optical burner and blank disc support issue, if your LG burner says it supports M-Disc, then any software can burn

M-Disc well by your LG burner.




I put in the BDXL M-Disc and the Power2Go software says there is only 25 GB available. The disc is 100GB BDXL and the LG burner says it will handle 125 GB. It seems I must be doing something wrong in the software?

Thanks again!
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Quote I'm new to the forum and Cyberlink software. I have an LG burner that is supposed to be M-DISC compatible. I can't find any instructions on how to use Cyberlink to burn an M-Disc for data. At $25 per disc, I don't want to "just give it a try." Any suggestions on where to start?

Thanks,

Astromandan




M-Disc is a pure optical burner and blank disc support issue, if your LG burner says it supports M-Disc, then any software can burn

M-Disc well by your LG burner.




I put in the BDXL M-Disc and the Power2Go software says there is only 25 GB available. The disc is 100GB BDXL and the LG burner says it will handle 125 GB. It seems I must be doing something wrong in the software?

Thanks again!





hi <span class="post_name">astromandan, plz give more info about your LG burner and BDXL M-Disc thus i can have more clue to help you. </span>

<span class="post_name">you can list down the model numbers or just take few snapshots of what you see.</span>

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