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iLife - iDVD 5 Superdrive Question


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I have a PB g4 12", with 1.33ghz processor. My superdrive only supports DVD-R. According to apple, iLife will now support +r as well? Does that only apply to the newest macs, and their advertising is purposly tricky? Or will my superdrive now be able to support dvd+r?
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nm, i found this

http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=300665

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