Q about burning DVD's with a Macbook.

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  1. Bret27 macrumors member

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    Hi, I read on how to burn a DVD by going to Applications, then Utilities, then Disc Utility; where you copy a DVD then burn it.
    Well, the very first DVD burned, but after the first one, every time after, the whole procedure looked like it was burning, and even says "Successful". But it didn't really burn the DVD.
    I used up some DVD's by doing it a few times.
    So, do I have to buy software and install it, or are there ways I can burn DVD's from pre-existing applications on my Macbook. Thanks

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    Yes.

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