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nero book set keeps setting plus disc to minus rom help


patso
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Hi when i am trying to burn data discs with dvd plus disc nero 10 keeps setting my discs to booksetting minus rom,when i put the disc back in to try play it on the same laptop it wont read,why would it keeep trying to set a plus dvd to minus rom,i never had this problem with earlier nero on my vista home premium.i am using windows 7 home,any ideas,i tried google whic some suggest its in the speed settings but i cant find it,how do i set it to leave the disc plus for my stand alone plus dvd player,any help appreciated, thanks

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Lazarus The 2nd

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See this Click here

It's not Speed settings.

Follow the steps in the link above,

When you get to the where the Options<< have been opened up, Select Physical disc type as the Book type setting, and your discs will be burnt as DVD+R or DVD+RW instead of -ROM.

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patso

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thanks lazaru the 2nd sfor taking the time to reply,i couldnt find the settings in your link as the nero prog is an older one but i found the answer in this link under the nero copy disc ,http://www.k-probe.com/bitsetting-booktype-faq.php it was there hidden away in the settings,i changed the setting to physical disc type asyou suggested as the discs burning as -roms were not playing in my dvd+ stand alone,nero was changing the disc lead in to minus so they were not being read by my standalone player.many thanks for the help cheers patso

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