I have a computer with the Lableflash software but I cant find disk that say Lableflash and my husband got me some that say lightscribe are the two interchangable or do you have to have a lableflash CD to burn an image on to a CD with my computer
You can only burn a Labelflash label on the label side of Labelflash media.
You can only burn a LightScribe label on the label side of LightScribe media.
With a Labelflash burner you can however burn a “DiscT@2” label on the free space on the data side of any recordable DVD media (needs 900 MB free space or more).
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EDIT: And you can burn data to a Labelflash, LightScribe or regular DVD regardless of whether the drive is a LightScribe drive, a Labelflash drive or just a regular DVD.
[QUOTE=DrageMester;2043026]…EDIT: And you can burn data to a [B]Labelflash, LightScribe or regular DVD[/B] regardless of whether the drive is a LightScribe drive, a Labelflash drive or [B]just a regular DVD[/B].[/QUOTE]… as far as its about CD’s (and when it comes to DVD combo drives).
Note, for burning DVD’s you’ll need a DVD capable burner.
[quote=pinto2;2043035]Sorry Drage, a punch under the dragons belt. Couldn’t resist it. [/quote] I think you may have accidentally hit my bottle of ketchup.
[I]Way off topic.[/I]
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Guys, just to explain; I had to edit my post far above to make it all understable for average Joe. Drage managed to get his claws on part of my original post, heh. Thanks.
After re-reading the orignal post, I’d like to add that there is no Labelflash [B]CD[/B] media - only Labelflash [B]DVD+R[/B] and [B]DVD-R[/B] media.
There is LightScribe CD-R media as well as LightScribe DVD+R and DVD-R media.