Toshio Kuratomi wrote:
I haven't seen yet a disk drive unit manufactured in the last 6 years which is still functional but is unable to read 700 MB disks. Actually I do not remember of ANY unit manufactured this century and unable to read 700 MB disks.Kevin Kofler wrote:But not all drives can read 700MB from a CD. Those drives might be obsolete in the sense that you can't buy them on a new computer anymore but there's plenty of old hardware available where it could be a problem.Toshio Kuratomi <a.badger <at> gmail.com> writes:The playing time is 74 minutes, or 4440 seconds, so that the net capacity of a Mode-1 CD-ROM is 682 MB."""Uh, 74 minute CDs are completely obsolete, around here (Austria) they don't even sell these anymore! 80 minute / 700 MB CDs are the standard size these days, and those are what Fedora's live images are (and have always been) designed to fit.