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 Why do my DVDs burn slower than they used to?

Answer Introduced in the late-1990s, the DVD boasts high capacity, portability and fast read times, which come at a price: slow write or "burn" times. Modern DVD burners have improved the time it takes to... Read More »
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How to Copy Dvds to Hard Drive or Burn Dvds to Blank Discs?

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My computer seems to be getting slower and slower, is there a way to check all the memory is working correctly?

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How to Burn DVDs With a DVD/CD-RW?

A DVD/CD-RW burner is now standard on pretty much any PC or Mac. With it you can make DVD movies, burn music CDs and back up files on to a disc. There are applications built into Windows and OS X t... Read More »
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Is it possible to burn DVDs on a CD-R?

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