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Question by Cheesecake King: what is a DVD±RW DL SuperMulti?
I havent bought a new laptop or pc for a while and need a little help with CD/DVD drives please.
What is a DVD±RW DL SuperMulti? Do I need special DVD disks to write a DVD?
Answer by Edward1983
you don’t need ‘special’ disks just recordable media suitable to what you want it to do
DVD±RW DL SuperMulti is just telling you what formats it supports DVD±RW means it will: Read CDs (obviously), Write to a CD-R (recordable CD), write to a CD RW (rewritable CD), Read a DVD again a bit obvious), write to a DVD-R or DVD-RW the ± sign means it supports both DVD-R- and DVD+R
to help explain the different formats look at these links from wikipedia
DVD±RW DL, the DL part means it will support dual layer this feature is only used on DVDs as on a CD you aren’t gaining much space by making it dual layer
i also can guess what computer you have by the fact the wording is DVD±RW DL SuperMulti, the SuperMulti is a give away that it is a Toshiba most likely to be a Satellite/Satellite Pro either A series or P series, i will guess it is a P300 as that is the newest model recently released
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