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Old 01-02-2005, 12:12 PM
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For archival and backup purposes it is usually suggested that you get discs from one of the Mitsubishi divisions (Verbatim, Imation, or Taiyo Yuden) and that you stick to the DVD-R standard because they hold up a little better.

--WARNING-- boring history of burnable discs follows

Mitsubishi was the company that initially developed the chemical that allows burnable discs to work, they also developed the -R standards (for both DVD and CD)...Anyone remember the good old days when there was rivalry between CD-R, CD+R, CD±R and CD R? Anyway, Mitsubishi does not license other companies to use as much of the material for their discs and as a result the Mitsubishi discs burn with fewer errors, and extend the life of the discs.

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