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    what is the difference in dvd burner features?
    whats the differnce between these dvd burner features?
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    try reading a little at www.videohelp.com

    particularly the "how-to, articles" link

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrycary
    try reading a little at www.videohelp.com

    particularly the "how-to, articles" link

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    damn thats too much to read

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    Quote Originally Posted by h121589
    damn thats too much to read
    You were the one asking for help...

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    Check out the 16X LG GSA-4160B.

    It works with all DVD formats including writing Dual Layer and writing DVD RAM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by {I}{K}{E}
    You were the one asking for help...
    i quess

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    what would be the best dvd burner to get if i mostly want to use it to store 4.8 gbs of data files? or is all media the same?

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    Quote Originally Posted by twister
    what would be the best dvd burner to get if i mostly want to use it to store 4.8 gbs of data files? or is all media the same?
    One that supports overburning since most DVDs only hold 4.7GB
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    Quote Originally Posted by lynx
    One that supports overburning since most DVDs only hold 4.7GB
    whoops i meant 4.7

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    Quote Originally Posted by twister
    whoops i meant 4.7
    I wasn't sure, because they are actually talking about making oversize DVDs (4.85GB) so I thought I'd just confirm that.
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    Oversize CDs was one of the original copy-protection systems until 80 minute disks became available. It would not surprise me if they tried the same thing with DVDs, but this should beat that.
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