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    Burning Dl Bd

    Yours says BD-RW mine says BD-RE, is there a reason for labeling some bd-rw and bd-re?
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    Burning Dl Bd

    Yeah I saw ir, the link I found when I googled it said dl too so I figured it was either way. So is there a difference between re and rw?
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    Burning Dl Bd

    HL-DT-ST it says, whatever the difference is.
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    Burning Dl Bd

    It's BH30N. Also, what's the diff between rw and re (they're both rewritable no?)
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    Burning Dl Bd

    Yeah it was weird, but they said it only said blu ray burner on the spec list they have with everything the comp has. It says hl-dt-st-re bh30n, so this http://www.aliexpress.com/store/401547/209615163-336818805/HL-DT-ST-LG-BH30N-12X-Blu-ray-Burner-Writer-Desktop-DVD-Drive.html lg one comes up? It does say double layered there. I'm pretty sure they sell one that is not dl, or that's what they said when I asked them if it is.
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    Burning Dl Bd

    Bought a new dell comp and somehow they couldn't tell me if my bs burner is double layer or not (ordered dl). Anyway I wanted to test it, and see that creator starter came as software with it. I take it this is some form of lighter version of the creator 11 or a trial version? So wanted to know how exactly should I go about testing if my optical drive is double layer or not, as I don't want to waste a 50gb bd disc since it's pretty costly. Is there some sort of limit with the starter, as to the amount you can burn? If not and I wanted to test it with let's say photos should I just go to create data disc and add photos in excess of 25gb to see if they all fit in? And if I wanted to burn it with videos from my camera I see that if I go to video/movies it says create dvd's only. Is there a bd option if you upgrade, and if so can you do dl bd discs with it?
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