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Using verbatim dual layer dvd+R DL and burning speed is also 700kbps
You might have finalised the disk after its burn or hope this helps
you need to choose to burn a multisession disc so you can add more photos or to finalize the disc after the burn if the burning software supports multisession
you can add these photos on at a time or select the folder to add
your burning software might not have the capability of a multisession burn
You might have finalised the disk after its burn or
hope this helps
Posted on Feb 17, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Can't Burn Dual-Layer Disks
First, be sure your DVD burner is capable of burning dual-layered discs- Second, it may be rather an issue of copy protection on the disc. Have you succesfully copied commercial DVD's in this fashion? I'm unsure if I'm allowed to mention any software that might assist you in that regard- google is your friend.
Posted on May 22, 2007
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