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Old Nov 22, 2003, 08:59 AM
bigfatteleman bigfatteleman is offline
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Hi guys. I have just driven miles to buy some blank dvd-r's and got home to find they are actually dvd+r's.
I am using a Pioneer dvr106d which is obviously capable of writing both formats but my question is, is Nero 5.5 compatible with +r and can I back up a dvd-r movie onto a +r disc.
I need to know this before I open the packaging as I won't be able to exchange them if I do.
Also, if I am able to make a back-up, will it be as compatible with stand-alones as the -r's.
The discs are Arita, which I believe are Ritek based.
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Old Nov 22, 2003, 05:38 PM
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Yeah they should work fine. Nero doesn't care about which format it is. As long as your writer supports it then you should be fine. Most DVD Players will read a quality DVD+R disc, so you should be fine, I don't know what to tell you if your player can't read them though.
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