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If your CD-ROM doesn't support dvd disks too, you could try a 800MB CD. Here is how: http://www.neowin.net/forum/topic/453525-how-to-burn-to-800mb-cdr/. Anyway, 800MB are very rare, if not extinct. Maybe you can manage buying one from the internet. Or buy an old dvd-rom with dvd writing capability.


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You should burn lubuntu 14.4 (694 mb) to a CD then upgrade to 16.4 from there. http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/lubuntu/releases/14.04/release/ (second section of the link)


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I was just facing the same problem after trying out CDs of old Windows 95 games on Ubuntu 16.04. Some background: Back in the days, CDs of Windows games contained both a data track and audio tracks. The game data is on the data track, and the audio tracks were for the in-game audio. You can actually insert these CDs in a regular CD player and it will play ...



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