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You can find cheaper. There will be smaller packs but no singles. You could chance a cheaper brand too. They will work but I know verbatim are rock solid. You just need discs labelled as DVD+R DL and your golden. IMG burn is a great free app for burning too.

So a DVD+R is the way to go for a .iso file for a game install disc?
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So a DVD+R is the way to go for a .iso file for a game install disc?

DVD+R DL the "DL" is what indicates its dual layer and the box/cover will also state a capacity of around 8GB.
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So a DVD+R is the way to go for a .iso file for a game install disc?

yes it is.. perfect really.. thumb.gif
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So a DVD+R is the way to go for a .iso file for a game install disc?

As long as it is DL. You'll be fine. You won' notice a difference between plus and minus unless you're doing something specific. For regular DVDs I go DVD-R but for Dual layers I go DVD+R DL since those have a bigger selection.

In the end for most, no difference between +R and -R
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Ok thanks for the help everyone. I'll make a trip to some local computer stores and see if any of them will sell me a single disc.
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I know the local microcenter around here used to sell 100-Pack of Maxwells for $25-30, not sure if they still do as I've moved the majority of my stuff to USB sticks .
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