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    Tdk dvd-r

    SORRY admiral..... but are TDK DVD-R also a good choice for wii backup disc .iso
    I can only offer what i have! So why ask for more? I only live for what i am! So why am i asked to change? I AM ME!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by matteo0022008 View Post
    SORRY admiral..... but are TDK DVD-R also a good choice for wii backup disc .iso
    WTF does this have to do with me....

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    Quote Originally Posted by admiral victorinox View Post
    WTF does this have to do with me....
    Cos your special

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    Quote Originally Posted by admiral victorinox View Post
    WTF does this have to do with me....
    i figured u might be pissed becuz this is prolly already posted but ne way....... are they a good brand
    I can only offer what i have! So why ask for more? I only live for what i am! So why am i asked to change? I AM ME!!!

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    its all he said she said

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    ok so the tdk dvd-r brand are good then.... kool ill buy those tomorrow
    I can only offer what i have! So why ask for more? I only live for what i am! So why am i asked to change? I AM ME!!!

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    I think we will all agree that this song is about Admiral....

    BEWARE he packs a CHAINSAW!!!!
    He'll skin your DVDs raw hahahahaha


    [ame="http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=zvzYE2cjnm8"]YouTube - Limp Bizkit - Break Stuff (uncensored)[/ame]

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    ok wat happened to my points im confused wat exactly happened here... can some one please pm me so het can fill me in with wat happened
    I can only offer what i have! So why ask for more? I only live for what i am! So why am i asked to change? I AM ME!!!

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    I read somewhere that the DVD-R disks are better to use than DVD+R disks for Wii burns. Anyone know why?
    Anyway, I've used Memorex, Sony & Maxell DVD-R disks with equal success. These were just ones i had on-hand. Haven't tried other brands yet.

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    This is the most retarded topic ever made. You should be tossed for singling out a moderator for no reason.

    TDK, Imation, Memorex, Verbatim, your ass, whatever brand you select is up to you. Nobody is forcing your hand when purchasing.

    Verbatim's (di)AZO is documented to have a highly reflective composite that also reduces oxidation. Go do some learning if you object ...

    Azo compound - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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