Would these DVD's work?

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Feb 21, 2008

Would these DVD's work? by Drkirby at 1:00 AM (861 Views / 0 Likes) 7 replies

  1. Drkirby
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    Newcomer Drkirby Advanced Member

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    Yah, I am getting a mod chip soon (A simple Yaosm one), and I want to have a game ready to go when I get it, so I want to know if the Blank DVD's I have would work or not.

    What I have is Some Dynex DVD-R's, and some Ativa DVD+R's. Think these would work? If not, what DVD would you suggest me buying?
     
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    Member quadomatic GBAtemp Regular

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    Taiyo Yuden and Verbatim are supposed to be the best DVD-Rs. Verbatim are often on sale too.
     
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    People often seem to recommend Verbatim.
    But I'm using TDK DVD+R, they're all working fine
     
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    using TDK DVD-R and never had a singel problem.. (aprox burned 60 Discs)
    also have using Infinity both +R and -R they worked great aswell but only buned 7 disc o somthing

    have a Verbatim DVD-RW to test my games on..
     
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    I've had good lick with all the media I've had, besides the dual layer memorex's. Staples, tdk, and HP
     
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    Newcomer rightguardsport Advanced Member

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    Dynex brands aren't really known for their quality. In fact, I don't know if they are really known for anything. Dynex is basically a company owned by Best Buy and produces "cheap" products for their stores.
    I have been using Verbatim DVD+R and I haven't had a failed burn yet. I guess it also depends on how good your burner is.
     
  7. Drkirby
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    Newcomer Drkirby Advanced Member

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    I really don't know, these are all DVD's I have from Burning movies. If it means anything, I never had any problems with the movies I have burned, but because the Computer I burn them on has a Slow CPU (My main computer died a while back, and I have been to cheap to buy a new one), it never gets past 2X for burn speed.
     
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    Newcomer Drkirby Advanced Member

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    Oh, I also have a 3 pack of Maxell DVD+R's

    Edit: Oh, and a single Memorex DVD-R
     

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