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Can I burn a DVD with a CD-rw drive?


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2011-09-12 15:32:40
2011-09-12 15:32:40

No, I don't think so. A CD-rw drive or a DVD-rw drive could not be used to burn DVD or CD.

A DVD burner program is needed to burn DVD. I use a DVD burner to burn my movies and video to DVD successfully.


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