Dvd-rw or dvd+rw

  Shutt1e 18:18 31 Aug 06

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


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.



  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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