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Discussion in 'DVD±R media' started by bengsxr80, Feb 5, 2006.

  1. bengsxr80

    bengsxr80 Member

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    I did these at 8x burn speed on a HP lightscribe 740b nero7 and dvd shrink. the media I got at wal-mart they are maxell dvd-R it looks pretty good to me
    [bold]ok some one has to tell me how to post a pic.[/bold]
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  2. bunnyrip

    bunnyrip Regular member

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    Those Maxell DVD-R are most likely RITEK G05. Good Media. No doubt you got a good back-up with these. I use DVD+R mostly, but have used Maxell Gold Top DVD-R 8x blanks for back-ups & got very good results.
    They scanned as RITEK G05.
     
  3. bengsxr80

    bengsxr80 Member

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    I still need someone to tell me how to post a pic please
     
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  4. creaky

    creaky Moderator Staff Member

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    @bengsxr80 -

    here's how to post screenshots/pics -

    http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/196253

    ..however pls test this via sending yourself PM's (private messages). i say that because questions like this always drag a thread down to 20 ppl joining a thread just for testing signatures out instead of keeping on topic..
     
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  5. joec101

    joec101 Guest

    Run It in your cd drive and you will get a different grade. My HP740i checks out to be 740b and it always gives a 100% but in the cd/dvd rom you get a real read.
     
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