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    im using ImgBurn and it says that my disc is not empty when it is empty so it cant burn my iso on to it. Tell me how to fix or tell me how to burn my iso onto a dvd thank you

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    Have you formatted the disk? Disk burning software doesn't like it when you format your disk and then try to burn to it.

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    yes i have formatted it :S how can i like unformat it?

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    Its not possible to unformat, I recommend just using another disc. Make sure the other disc is untouched and brand new though. Unformatting is like un-emptying your recycle bin.

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    That would be the problem i dont have any fresh disc's

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    most cd-r are 700mb so it depend how much ur iso size is
    get like a cd-r with more space

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    yeah but its very very hard trying to find one that has more than 700mb in stores

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    Quote Originally Posted by //FU2//Skillz View Post
    yeah but its very very hard trying to find one that has more than 700mb in stores
    no its really easy you read the boxes and one will say cd-r 700mb and dvd-r 4.7gb next i would perfer rewriteable dvd-rw 4.7gb tht way you can keep using them

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    DVD RAM is the best, if you can get it at a good price - however if you know what you are doing you can pick up DVD+R & DVD-R very cheaply in bulk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eXtr3m3 View Post
    DVD RAM is the best, if you can get it at a good price - however if you know what you are doing you can pick up DVD+R & DVD-R very cheaply in bulk.
    Would that be at like a best buy or something?

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