DVD+/-RW

Discussion in 'Wii - Hardware, Devices and Utilities' started by kallekall, Mar 7, 2008.

Mar 7, 2008

DVD+/-RW by kallekall at 1:20 PM (1,535 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. kallekall
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    Member kallekall GBAtemp Regular

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    I'm using YAOSM and thought I would buy a dvd+/-rw to use when I'm going to play with Trucha Signer. Does it matter if I buy + or -?
     
  2. BORTZ

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    ummm if i remember correctly it depends on your computer. dells(i think) run +R's. everything else burns on -R's. i think.
     
  3. kallekall
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    My burner can burn and read both.
     
  4. Tanas

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    Ive had no problems using dvd+rw
     
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    does anyone have advice on which types and brands, as i have verbatim +rw and they dont work and also tried datawrite -rw and they dont work

    how about tdk + - or tesco own brand

    i need to buy some but dont want to waste money for nothing

    cheers
     
  6. kallekall
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    Thanks alot. Guess I'm going to buy dvd+rw because Tanas work and digitalforums dvd-rw don't.

    Digitalforums: I'm using Traxdata dvd+r 8x and burning them in 2x. (if you want normal dvd r) Mine work just fine.
     
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    I have some SONY DVD+RW and a Pioneer DVR-109. My Wii hates them.

    I say DVD-RW would be the best bet.
     

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