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    Can You Use RW's

    Having huge issues with burning ISO images to DVD's. Gatting the balck sreen of death the whole time. Using Verbatim RW's. Will using -r's make a difference?

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    yes. you should only be burning on dvd-rs

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    Quote Originally Posted by n1tro View Post
    yes. you should only be burning on dvd-rs
    Cheers, will go buy some and try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by n1tro View Post
    yes. you should only be burning on dvd-rs
    Got some today and using img burn @ x 3 perfect results every time

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    I allways burning with my Samsung DVD-RW first to test the games.
    Then, if i like the game, i burn with DVD-R.
    So, yes, u can burn in DVD-RW, but DVD-R it's better, u only need to choose the best media.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TGRIP View Post
    I allways burning with my Samsung DVD-RW first to test the games.
    Then, if i like the game, i burn with DVD-R.
    So, yes, u can burn in DVD-RW, but DVD-R it's better, u only need to choose the best media.
    Cheers. To be honest with RW's I had a 100% failure rate, moved to DVD +R's (had a few spare in the house) and x 3 on image burn and had 100% success. Kids very happy


    Thanks anyway

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    Getting the black screen can also mean a bad image file.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doleawg View Post
    Cheers. To be honest with RW's I had a 100% failure rate, moved to DVD +R's (had a few spare in the house) and x 3 on image burn and had 100% success. Kids very happy


    Thanks anyway
    U use DVD+R?? Guys say, DVD-R it's most better to burn wii games and more cheaper to
    I allways burn in DVD-RW and DVD-R in ImgBurn at 2x. Untill now...no problema here

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    Yes, i have used + r's and they have worked. but the success rate is a lot better with - r's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peKkerhead View Post
    Yes, i have used + r's and they have worked. but the success rate is a lot better with - r's.
    Going to buy -R's but had some +r's in the house and tried them after having a nightmare with RW's as a way of seeing if the RW's were the issue and have had 100% success. Acxtually might stick with +R's as they work

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