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Read an open session DVD?

Posted on 2006-11-10
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Is it possible to read an open session DVD+R on another DVD R/W drive that did not create the disk?  The original DVD was created on a Dell Precision 390 with the preinstalled Sonic/Roxio (Easy Media Creator?) software using DLA.  Not sure what drive manufacturer it was.  Thanks in advance for any help!
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Hi danalbrooks,

Yes, it should be possible to read any open session on a DVD R/W, providing it supports the type of DVD (ie. +, -, RAM).

Steve :)
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