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    i have a question about blue ray disks

    by ibingb ·

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    i just have one question can i store all kinds of data on blue rays?

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      Re: blue ray

      by kees_b ·

      In reply to i have a question about blue ray disks

      Yes, if your writer can write blue ray disks. And, of course, only a blue ray reader can read them.

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      It’s no longer done. Why?

      by rproffitt ·

      In reply to i have a question about blue ray disks

      While I do have a Blu-ray drive that can write such, the media isn’t cheap and I find USB memory sticks to be more versatile and can be used widely.

      Also, the recording time is too long IMO.

      • #4004109
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        Agreed with rproffit

        by birdmantd ·

        In reply to It’s no longer done. Why?

        Thumb drives have replaced most forms of data storage that were traditionally stored on CD, DVD, Blue-Ray DVD and numerous other versions of that type of storage. Thumb drives are dirt cheap nowadays and easily available. I haven’t used my DVD drive on my computer in almost 5 years. Thumb drives are the latest and most used storage devices on most modern computers.

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