... to be ... do we really ... We don t! I doubt Ahead Software does either. You can certainly make rewriteable CD-Rs with Direct CD. It doesn t actuallyMessage 1 of 48 , Oct 4, 2004View Source--- In email@example.com, Chergarj@c... wrote:
> In a message dated 10/03/2004 3:29:37 PM Pacific Daylight Time,to be
> pendl2megabit@y... writes:
> > I am creating rewriteable CD-Rs too, without problems.
> that is the second time that someone said this. CD-R is supposed
> write-once only; CD-RW is supposed to be write and rewrite. Howdo we really
> understand these discs?We don't! I doubt Ahead Software does either.
You can certainly make rewriteable CD-Rs with Direct CD. It doesn't
actually rewrite them, it just writes new data to another area of
the disc and alters the pointers so that you no longer see the
older data. Eventually of course you run out of space.
I assure you it does work, if not very well in my case.
Greetings! At the risk of going even further off topic, Stefan s comments were of interest to me as I have a laptop that has for some months refused toMessage 48 of 48 , Oct 6, 2004View SourceGreetings!
At the risk of going even further off topic, Stefan's comments were of interest
to me as I have a laptop that has for some months refused to recognise any DVDs
or write anything to CDs. It plays music CDs and reads data CDs, including
homeomade ones, perfectly happily. I tried the suggestion below which appears to
make no difference. Any other ideas?
All the best,
----- Original Message -----
From: pendl2megabit <pendl2megabit@...>
Sent: Tuesday, October 05, 2004 11:49 PM
Subject: [libertybasic] AW: Generating Standalone Programmes
> you may disable all the AutoPlay options of the CD-writer.
> Under WinXP they are found in the properties sheet of the drive.
> This is a general advice for any burning software, if it doesn't function