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Verbatim DVD+R/W How many rewrites?????

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by jaydee123, Jan 1, 2004.

  1. jaydee123

    jaydee123 Member

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    I bought some Verbatim DVD+R/W & was wondering how many time can I erase write rewrite etc in real world test.

    Dave
     
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    ScubaPete Senior member

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    Dave,

    'bout 1000X is what I heard,

    I ha ve some I've been using for 4 years and I'm still going -

    Happy New Year Buddy -

    Pete
     
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    Same to you, & have a drink on me.

    Dave
     
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    pulsar Active member

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    you are burning a layer off each time you re-write, I believe that you get around 4000 burns per disk, check out dhttp://www.dvddemystified.com/dvdfaq.html#4.3vd faq these boys know what they are talking about!
     
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    you aren't burning a layer off each time you burn. Where did you get that from. That isn't in the website you linked.
     
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    ScubaPete Senior member

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    Pulsar,

    Not a bad site there guy -

    No where does it say 1 burn equals 1 layer -

    But it does say from 20 to 100 years with AZO being in the top end -

    Sorry, but I won't be there when my discs crap out -

    I did put that URL on a Poastie though -

    Later all,
    "P"
     

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