Discussion in 'DVD±R media' started by ChuckD, Aug 23, 2004.
if not i can just use them for data backups.
Run one of the discs through DVD Identifier and let us know the manufacturer ID
Target practice. Heres a link to a good media guide
Lol! Good one Mort
When stuck with CMC that you need to get rid of they'll do alright for (non critical) data when burned slow
"And there we saw the giants ... And we were in our own sight as grasshoppers, and so we were in their sight." Numbers 13:33[/small]
I use Dynex DVD's for making backups of my store bought dvd's and I have had excellent luck with them. When I first got my DVD burner I had bad luck with some no name dvd's that came with the burner and from that point I only bought name brand DVD's like Fuji. Then the store I work at started carrying the Dynex DVD's and they were so cheap with my employee discount (25 pack for 13 bucks) that I gave em a try and they all worked just fine.
What is the media code on the dynex dvd's?
I bought these a few months ago from best buy in a 25 pack, they are the worst media i've burned to date..terrible discs.
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