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TDK dvd+r home copied disc

Just bought a new Acer computer with NTI cd & dvd version 7.7 on it. OS is vista premium.
Bit of a newbie but I can understand copy rights on store bought cd or dvd's but how come I can't copy a home recorded audio tdk dvd+r disc?
Keeps coming up as unrecordable. Can't even copy it to hard drive.
Any solutions I should try?
Thanks in advance for ANY assistance.
Sincerely:
Mag

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  • Maggie Stevens Dec 02, 2007

    Thanx for the response. I'll give it a try and let you know.

  • rebels13 Jan 20, 2008

    i am havivg same problem too! not sure on checking drives can someone help me please

  • robin1810 May 24, 2009

    I have a similiar problem - have acer laptop & nti Cd&dvd maker gold version

    when inserting CD it says disc unrecordable

    Can anyone help?


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Check drive properties inorder to verify whether ur drive support +R dvd

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