dvd+r harms disc drive?

Discussion in 'Wii - Hardware, Devices and Utilities' started by chrisxpred, Jul 9, 2007.

Jul 9, 2007

dvd+r harms disc drive? by chrisxpred at 10:27 PM (928 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. chrisxpred
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    Newcomer chrisxpred Newbie

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    hey folks,

    i keep hearing different stories about which type of dvd to use. what do you say about dvd+r and dvd-r?
    does dvd+r really harm the wii's disc drive?
     
  2. AlexFili

    Newcomer AlexFili Advanced Member

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    I doubt it, + and - are not very different.
     
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    funny

    just buy some decent media (TY, verbs, memorex, etc) and you should be fine, regardless of using + R or - R
     
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    My computer only does +R so I hope this is untrue!
     
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    i hope it's untrue too, because i have like 200 dvd+r discs here and i don't want to buy dvd-r, obviously.
    it's just that i keep hearing the above.
     
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    i've never heard such things. I'm not even sure why/how it would hurt them.
     
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    Im not sure but maybe if you set the booktype of DVD+r to DVD-ROM in IMGburn before burning, it may reduce the chances of DVD drive damage (if there is any chance at all, that is)

    Pioneer 111d/112d burners set +r to DVD-rom automatically, for other drives use imgburn.

    Anyone wanna correct me if Im wrong?
     

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