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for the past 2 days i have been working like crazy downloading the debian dvd-images (i386 architecture) to my laptop.. then i noticed that my laptop doesnt have a dvd-burner so i sent both the iso files to my better computer with a dvd-burner. ok. now, i open nero express 6 and click on "bootable dvd image". then when i try to add the dvd image to the list, it says "the file [iso file] is larger than 2 gb" and doesnt let me add the image to the list.
i heard that maybe its just nero.
what do i do?! i really dont to have to do the network install (which im downloading right now.. but another comp on the network is taking up all the bandwith so this is gonna take awhile......)
i already have the 4.5 and 4.1 GIGABYTE isoīs.. surely i didnt download all that in vain!!
alright its burning.. thx alot man u just proved cleared up a few hours of googling that i just did, lol.
now i just gotta deal with 1 more lil problem.. i accidentally (testing) recorded the .iso onto a data dvd.... soooo i hope that i can over write it... u think i can? or will i have to go out and buy another dvd?? (itīs a DVD-R)
Sorry to tell you, your blank DVD is a coaster now. If you have a Target in your area they have 25 packs of DVDs on sale for $8 right now. Not the absolute best price you can find if you really look, but it's fast, convenient, and still a pretty good deal.