can DVD+/-RW write dvds?

  GEEKSTA 21:01 24 Jan 2007

im not to sure with the + and - signs, does DVD+/-RW write dvds?

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 21:07 24 Jan 2007

A DVD RW drive will write to both DVDs and CDs

There are essentially three types of DVD you can write to DVD+ (write once)DVD-(write once) and DVD RW (write to alot of times.

A DVD+- drive will write to all three disks.

Yet another type is DVD RAM not too many drives can write to DVD RAM

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  GEEKSTA 21:09 24 Jan 2007

so yes it can write dvds? ????
thanks anyway

  Totally-braindead 21:19 24 Jan 2007

Yes if you have a DVD RW drive on your computer you can write DVDs. Its up to you what type to use, that is what the + and - are, different types of disk.
Some standalone DVD players (I mean the ones connected to your TV) will only be able to read one type.
Oh you need a program to burn the disks as windows own burner can only do CDs.

  Terry Brown 21:26 24 Jan 2007

I assume you are having problems writing to DVD format, which you will need DVD writing software for. Personally I use NERO 6, normal windows XP defaults to CD writing.

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