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DVD Compatibility Question (Nero7)


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**Brian**

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Hello Everyone:

I have been using Nero7 to burn DVD's to back up my system. My question: Is there a way to check to see (on my HP Pavilion M200Y) whether DVD-R or -RW discs are supported? Every time I run a burn with a DVD+R, it works well, but I have a large bolt of DVD-R discs that I would like to be able to use in my PC. When I try a DVD-R, it tells me that the wrong media is inserted, which leads me to believe that -R is not supported on my machine.

Is there a way to check this??

Thank you for any assistance you can provide

Brian
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Hi,

The easiest way is to find out is to run Nero Infotool on your PC. It will detect and display what read/write capabilities your drive has.

http://www.nero.com/...-infotools.html
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Hi,

The easiest way is to find out is to run Nero Infotool on your PC. It will detect and display what read/write capabilities your drive has.

http://www.nero.com/...-infotools.html

Thank you SO much - will check that out :)

Brian
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