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    Copying dual layer dvds

    I've never burnt a dual layer dvd but I'be been asked to make a copy for our HT. Our new Dell workstations have drives that claim to support DL so is just a case of creating an iso and then burning it to DL blank using imgburn? I don't want to make too many coasters if possible.

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    That's what I've done in the past.

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