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Depending what software you are using, if using nero you get two choices whether to burn for your computer, or burn for use on most cd/dvd players. Choose that option. This option generally comes up on most dvd software programs before you press the burn botton. When you choose how you want to burn your dvd look at the options it gives you.

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