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Hi<br />
I just bought a laptop and theres a DVD burner!I finally have one!<br />
So my question is : Whats the difference between DVD+R and DVD-R<br />
Is there a quality difference?<br />
Can my DVD burner burn any DVD?<br />
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Ive read around a while back, and through personal experience, i don't really see a difference between DVD+R and DVD-R. And if you mean by: can my dvd burner burn any kind" as in DVD+R and DVD-R. Yes, it'll work, whichever one you want. <img src="/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" />
 

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The only point to burn to a DVD+R or DVD-R is the compatibility of your stand-alone DVD player. Some players can use both types just fine, some can only accept one type. Most DVD Players can play movies burned onto DVD+R disks. You'll just have to try it out to see which ones your stand-alone player can read once you burn a movie onto it.<br />
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yeah, it's a different format, same size and burning is usually the same. as long as your burner can use both (most-likely can) you just need to see what your DVD player can handle. In my experience +R is more compatable, although both my DVD players can handle both +/-R's (panasonic and Oppo)
 
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