Thanks for the quick reply! I should have been more specific. I have been using more consumer-oriented(cheaper?) DVDs for some time (mostly Memorex). I have backed up all my data, photos and family movies on them and put a DVD copy of each in the safe deposit box.
Then I read in these forums that many lower quality DVDs have a much shorter time to failure (data loss) than I had realized. So I purchased some TD02s. But they have no label on one side like I am used to. They are the "Taiyo Yuden DVD+R 4.7GB, 8X, Silver Lacquer".
I imagine your answer is still the same, but wanted to check before I copy all my old DVDs onto the the TDs and write on them.
Follow-up question: Even though these DVDs are rated 8x, Nero offers to write at 12x using my new writer (LG GSA H10A). Should I let it, or force 8x?
Thanks very much for the guidance!