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At the beginning of last week I had been able to burn DVD's on my Mac Mini. when I pop in a DVD+R (which is the format I need to burn movies from Vuze, a site where I not only get the movies but also use their DVD Burner Option) the Open Finder would pop up where I can save the Disc Icon to the Desktop. The computer recognizes I have a new disc and then I can start recording. As of Thursday when loading a disc I no longer see this Function with DVD+R ONLY. The Open Finder does open when I load a DVD-R but this disc will not work with the Burning Program. Any help would be greatly appreciated on how to get the computer to recognize a new DVD+R disc so I can continue burning Movies. Thanks.
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