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Old 11-02-2008, 06:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Well, I bought a new burner, primarily for the light-scribe, blu-ray reading, and hd reading capabilites, here are the specs on it, it is SATA, and seems to burn extremly well...however I have a few questions...that i am not sure on.

I mod consoles, xbox's wii's and such to play backups of original games, 360's take a dual layer discs, and Vertbatim seems to work really well. My concern is when I see what my burner capabilites are...

Mfr Part Number: GGC-H20L
Drive Type: Internal Super Multi Blue-ray Disc/HD DVD Combo Drive w/ LightScribe

Read:

BD-R: 6X by CAV
BD-RE: 2X by CLV
BD-ROM: 6X by CAV
BDMV: 4.8X by CAV
HD DVD ROM: 3X by CAV
HD DVD-Video: 3X by CAV
DVD+R/-R: 12X by CAV
DVD+R/-R DL: 8X by CAV
DVD+RW/-RW: 10X by CAV
DVD-ROM: 16X by CAV
DVD-RAM: 5X by PCAV
DVD-Video: 8X by CAV
CD-R/RW/ROM: 40X by CAV

Write:

DVD+R/-R: 16X by PCAV
DVD+R/-R DL: 4X by CLV <----------Mailny This One Here :freak:
DVD+RW/-RW: 6X by CLV
DVD-RAM: 5X by PCAV



Does anyone know if I can burn a dual layer disc, normally, as in Nero or something? I have been looking at media like Verbatim 4x 8.5GB/240 Minute Dual Layer DVD-R. If I go with a higher speed or lower speed, can I still use it and burn it without any issues as long as I burn it at 4X like my burner likes? I am not sure what CLV means or PCAV or CAV, I am looking to order a bulk order and would like to get the right media the first go around.


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