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I'm trying to burn files to DVD-R and my macbook keeps rejecting my desk after a few seconds. Am I missing something?
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Are the disks full? Scratched? Compatible?

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They're brand new discs. How do I know whether they're compatible? I'd used them with with old PC no problem.
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