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Be careful putting labels on your discs.
on May 16, 2010
I bought these labels to put on my DVD discs so I wouldn't have to write on them with a magic marker. One time I was writing on discs and stacking them not realizing the magic marker transfered to the disc above. So I decided to use labels instead. I could only find matte surface for the template I was using so I gave them a try. I use a nice inkjet printer from Canon which prints photos great but on this label it just prints so so, but it was still better than magic marker. After doing about 15 discs I needed to get info from one of the discs so I put it in the computer and started to hear weird noises coming from my DVD player. The disc never was recognized by the computer and I could not get it out. I called Tech Support and they helped me to get it out. The tech said it was not the first time he had to help someone with this problem. I thought it was just the computer so I decided to try the DVD player with a show I recorded from TV and it made noises also but played OK for a while and then stopped. I thought I missed the end of Amazing Race. I took the label off very carefully and the disc played fine. So I took all the labels off my discs and made new ones to put on the slim jewel cases, no sense throwing them away. I now use Lightscribe Discs which I could only get to work on my Mac burning software not not on my PC.