Overburn CD read problem



I have TEAC 532E-B reader and when I put in 90 min CD, I got the message: "Windows can not read from the disk. The disk might be corrupted, or it coud be using a format that is not compatible with Windows." I've overburned CD with Nero and my TEAC 524-E burner, with whom I can read the CD normaly. Anyone have any suggestion?


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6 Dec 2001
is it a 90 minute disc? or a disc overburned that is holding 90 minutes of stuff? and what was the original capacity of the disc? overburning is real finicky because it can cause the end of sessions and such to be cut off which makes it unplayable in alot of situations

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