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Reformatting dvd+r discs

I have used Memorex dvd+r discs to do my back up on, what I want to know is can they be reformatted so that they can be reused ?

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If the DVD disc is read-writeable.
DVD+R is not rewriteable, but it can be use as double density DVD. instead of 4.7MB it can hold 8.2mB

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