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Hi all. I've tried to put some old video files on a DVD+R and it works great on the computers I use them in, but when I put them in my home DVD player, it plays as if the disc were scratched. My question is if I should try using a DVD-R, or if my home DVD player is just showing it's age (about 2 yrs. old).
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I know my Onkyo DVD Player will not read a DVD+R. But it will read a DVD-R. I suggest you use DVD-R for videos. I use the DVD+R for system back ups and DVD-R for videos.
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