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Old 18 Apr 2007, 11:09 AM   #1
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Question concerning settings for bitsetting using ImgBurn.

I have just set the HP 640c burner that I have for Bitsetting to DVD-ROM for my DVD +R, DVD +RW, DVD+R DL. When I check it again there is a choice for Current Media (for DVD +RW media). What does that mean? Do I have to select anything for each individual brand of DVD +RW media. Or could someone please explain.

I noticed when I first looked at the settings before changing it stated current setting was for DVD-R?
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