Dvd-rw or dvd+rw

  Shutt1e 18:18 31 Aug 06
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what discs should i get and what is the difference btween the 2 and if one is better for recording dvds and watching them could u plz tell me thx

  skidzy 18:38 31 Aug 06

Hi Shutt1e,this should explain better than trying to type everything out for you.click here

  FelixTCat 18:39 31 Aug 06

Shutt1e,

There is no practical difference between the 2 formats. Use the one that is compatible with your equipment. If all your equipment is compatible with both formats, buy the brand you like best and is the cheapest.

Regards,

Felix

  Sandy110 18:42 31 Aug 06

No difference at all. Think of Betamax and VHS videos. This should explain.click here

  Shutt1e 19:01 31 Aug 06

skidzy i looked at the guide and is it worth buying dual layer dvds

  skidzy 19:03 31 Aug 06

FelixTCat has pointed out " Use the one that is compatible with your equipment. " This is a very good statement,as i have had several problems finding a dvd media that works well on my Dell laptop.

Ive now found a certain type and try to stick with this as this now works well for me.

Well noted FelixTCat

  skidzy 19:11 31 Aug 06

Shuttle...just a start for you click here

  Shutt1e 19:16 31 Aug 06

ok thx

  Shutt1e 19:21 31 Aug 06

i also have a dvd recorder and that only can take dvd-rw so ill buy the dvd-rw qnd then it will work on both laptop and recorder

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