Now that writeable and re-writeable DVD Drives are becoming cheaper and more available I was wondering about the reliability of re-writable DVDs.This question is prompted by the apparent poor reliability of CD-RWs compared to CD-Rs. Does anyone know if the situation is the same for writeable DVDs and re-writeable DVDs?Peter.
I asked exactly the same thing last week!!Brian click here
.Thanks for the link Brian; I didn't even think to search for this subject as I thought it would not have been asked before.Perhaps with a new question being displayed we might get some extra response.Peter.
Hope so!Using recordable ones OK but having had disasters with CDRW disks, I'm a bit scared of entrusting large chunks of data to a DVDRW, whether or not it's +/- ;-))Brian
Anyone else got any views on this subject please, or is it too early in the lifetime of re-writeable DVDs to ask?Peter.
I have a couple on test but, who knows how long it will take before anything adverse happens??????????????????Brian
.Looks like it's only you and me -pops- that are interested in this question.Peter.
Perhaps it's only me that's had such a disastrous time with CDRW disk that I distrust anything with RW in the name.Never know, we may become world authorities on the unreliability of DVDRW devices!Brian
.Perhaps you (-pops-) and hssutton (mentioned in your link) could report on your finding about re-writeable DVD, when convenient, in a few months time.Peter.
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