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Are dvd+RW as fragile as cd-rw? scratches

 
 
lab
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      01-05-2004
I never liked using cd-rw because after several sesions of burning,
they were often un reliable due to scrates from cd handling. Is that
also the case with dvd+rw's?

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      01-05-2004

"lab" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> I never liked using cd-rw because after several sesions of burning,
> they were often un reliable due to scrates from cd handling. Is that
> also the case with dvd+rw's?
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> lbbs


Yes.


 
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      01-06-2004

"lab" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> I never liked using cd-rw because after several sesions of burning,
> they were often un reliable due to scrates from cd handling. Is that
> also the case with dvd+rw's?
>



That's the case with ANY optical media that is MIS-handled!!! (


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