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Old 06-02-2003, 09:40 PM
Barry Johns Barry Johns is offline
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Default I know, wrong place to ask, but help me anyway!

Please don't shoot me for asking a stupid question. It's about my new Mac. My superdrive is 4x, do I have to use 4x DVD-R disk only, or can I use 1x and/or 2x? Trying to save some money.

Also, can I use a RW disk?

Help a brother from another mother out here. I'll even take help from a sister from another mister.
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