Thank you Kerry! Yes, that is the utility I was referring to. So that is "yes" that I can use utility on my particular LH-20A1P b4 burning a DVD+R disc so older machines will be able to read it.
I just wanted 2 be sure b4 buying a whole 100pk spindle. Any difference or draw backs using that utility on a DVD+R?
I've been on wiki-pedia & haven't found any differences besides the one I mentioned above. Any thought?
If I choose the DVD+R DL 8X 30pk, would ya'll burn the max allowable speed? From my last question, I did learn I was wrong about the slowest burn speed was always best.
Thanks so much 4 everyone's patience! If there are other links I should research so not to bother ya'll w/ trivial questions, please let me know. I know cars, dirtbikes, PC's, but never really learned about discs, opt disc drives, etc.