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MacBook - dual layer super drives?

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i have a 2ghz core duo, from last year with a superdrive. im away from my manual, and i cant seem to find a source. can i burn DL dvds?
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Open up "System Profiler" and select disc burning. It will tell you is your compatiblity.
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