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  1. Which is more durable? CDR or DVDR ? I figure they both would last about the same length if un damage.

    but which is more susceptible to data damage if there's light scratching to the surface?

    I figure the same scratch to a DVD will cause more data loss than on a CDR

    I just got my Sonu DRU500A and burning some DVDs. just kinda paranoid because so much more is packed into a single disc.

    (but it is cool to replace 7 data CD disc with one DVD-R, now my cd holders have alot more room
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    really in a way , cd-r's are easier to damage as the burn layer is the top of the disk while dvd-r's the burn layer is sandwiched
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    also, DVD's use more advanced forms of error correction.
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