How to format a DVD to my computer’s specifications

Formatting a CD or DVD allows you to write data to the disc. Windows has a built-in formatting process that formats the disk according to the computer’s specifications, which makes it readable by the operating system. A blank DVD is required, and every DVD you use on your Windows computer needs formatting before it works with the machine. The Windows format wizard makes it faster and easier to perform the format. Instructions
Insert the blank DVD into the recorder. Windows 7 automatically detects that the DVD is a blank disc. A window appears with options to start the formatting process.

Click “Burn files to disk.” A popup shows on the screen. Enter a name for the disk and click “OK”.

Click “Display Formatting Options.” Select “File System Live” and click “Next.” The Windows 7 operating system formats the disk. Once finished, you can start saving information to disk.

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