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dvd wear and tear

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August 18, 2001 6:02:22 AM

hello,
i was thinking about getting rid of my old cdrom and using my dvd and or cdr for a cdrom. honestly i don't use a cdrom that much, other than installing my OS or software and that's just about only when i reformat, and that's not very often. and i'll listen to audio cds sometimes. would this put too much wear and tear on this/these devices? any pros or cons would be helpful, thanks.

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August 18, 2001 10:59:05 PM

Absolutely not. You would think that the manufacturers would test and retest the product for "all around" purposes and not just for DVDs and/or CDRWs.

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August 22, 2001 6:54:16 AM

huh?

how does that work exactly?
i assumed that the digital data was read off, converted inhouse, then channeled off to the soundcard down the cd audio line.

how does the dvd differ?

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