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I am trying to save a DVD + R disc to my lap top so that I can make more copies of it for Family. I get an error message when I try and do it. ''Your recording device does not support writing to DVD media. This option is not available with your current recorder'' Yet I have the DVD/CD burner and have used it to burn music.

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The error message implies that your DVD is not capable of writing DVD's, particularly DVD+R disks. Recheck the spec's on the drive; it might write to DVD-R disks, or perhaps it only burns CD's and not DVD's at all.

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