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Problems with the DVD+RW

I have a SONY DRU530A dvd burner, and I cant use the JVC DVD+RW to record, I can burn in regular DVD but I cant use it to do the DVD+RW, a few months ago I could but right now I dont know why, Im using Nero and Roxio, they dont work at all

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Here is a site with a list of compatible DVD-+RW that can be used in that burner: http://sony.storagesupport.com/dvdrw/530mediainfo_gb_na040407.html As you can see, JVC isn't listed on there for some odd reason...

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