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Ihave tried to operate advd+r disc on my pc but my pc didn`t recognize it..idon`t know what to do

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    Dick May 11, 2010

    You can do the following:
    Use dvd-r discs instead of +r
    Provide the model number and brand of your PC, and service tag or other manufacturer's identification so we can look it up at their support site and tell you what formats your PC will recognize.


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