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MacBook - Black macbook burn/play DVD9?


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HI I was wondering if I can burn/play DVD9 on my old black macbook. I know of course I would need a dual layer dvd. Any info?

Or is DVD9 the same thing as a dual layer DVD?
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If it's a Core Duo, then it'll be able to read dual layer discs but not write to them. The dual layer Superdrives were added to the Core 2 Duo models.


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