single layer DVD's typically store 4.7 Gigabytes of data, and dual layer DVDs 8.5GB. You can choose to use dual layer DVD.
http://www.wikihow.com/Burn-ISO-Files-to-DVD, it can make you know the stepsAnswered Nov, 17 2010
There is nothing wrong with your laptop. Mine says the same thing. I’m not sure why it saves a chunk of RAM like that but I’m sure there is a logical reason. Upgrading to 8GB shouldn’t mean that 3.75 will be usable. It’ll probably be more like 7.75.Answered May, 20 2010
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