What type of disk do u need for you copying????

Mr Parsnip

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Hi all i looking to get my xbox flashed in a couple days time if possible my console will arrive from ups tmoz sometime,I have found a few members who are willing to help me out (cheers chaps)but i would like to know what type of disks i need to buy and make so i can eventually learn how to spin my own games of the net.

Could some tell me of a name and type i need so i can order some from somewhere



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You need dual layer discs. I would recommend Verbatim and Aone's. If you search this forum you'll find lots of info on what discs people have had success with.
Obviously you'll need a dual layer DVD burner and for this I would suggest a Pioneer drive.

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I have just had a look at my samsung r700 laptop and found this:-

DVD Rewriter (Records DVDs 8x & CDs 24x & Dual Layer Super Multi



would this rewriter do for what i need



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I have just had a look at my samsung r700 laptop and found this:-

DVD Rewriter (Records DVDs 8x & CDs 24x & Dual Layer Super Multi



would this rewriter do for what i need



Mr P


Yes it will do you.
 

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Hi all i looking to get my xbox flashed in a couple days time if possible my console will arrive from ups tmoz sometime,I have found a few members who are willing to help me out (cheers chaps)but i would like to know what type of disks i need to buy and make so i can eventually learn how to spin my own games of the net.

Could some tell me of a name and type i need so i can order some from somewhere



Mr P

Use these mate... they were definately manufactured at the Singapore factory as this is clearly marked on the packaging :) ...I use these and can personally confirm this mate ;)

http://svp.co.uk/product/verbatim_24x_double_layer_dvd_r_(95166)_3718
 

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Use these mate... they were definately manufactured at the Singapore factory as this is clearly marked on the packaging :) ...I use these and can personally confirm this mate ;)

http://svp.co.uk/product/verbatim_24x_double_layer_dvd_r_(95166)_3718

Been hearing this popping up quite a bit now, whats the deal with the Verbs and where they are manufactured?

I'm getting the feeling the one's made in India are sh!t, and the one's made in Singapore are good.

There's also MIT? as well as the MII & MIS.....

:)
 
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