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This is posted under DVD Players, so I am guessing that you are in fact asking about a DVD-RAM. If so DVD-RAM was not a format that all hardware manufactures supported.

You will have the check the make and model of your DVD hardware and see if DVD-RAMs are supported. Chances are that it doesn’t, sorry.

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