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The CD is a permanent copy of the files you have recorded. .you cannot erase the recorded material from a cd.
but ... If you are using a CD-RW disc, you may erase the disc by clicking the erase option and start over.
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Finalizing the disc enables the contents of the disc to be read on other DVD players. (This isn't always an issue. For example, a disc burned with WinXP should be readable for a computer with Windows 7 without finalizing. However, if the disc was burned by a DVD player, the contents will not be accessible on any other units without being finalized.)

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If I understand your question, it can play any kind of music CD but it can only record on CDR-Audio or CDR-Music discs only.

• Only audio CD-R/RW discs can be recorded with this unit. "Use Audio CD" will be displayed when a disc other than one

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On your remote press "Functions"
A menu will appear on your screen. Use the up / down keys on your remote to select "Disc Management" You should see a tab marked "Disc Protection" Use the up / down keys on your remote again to select this tab. You should now be able to turn the protection off. When you gave finished, press Enter and then Return on your remote.

Please note, the Disc Protection function is used when you have made a recording and you do not want to record over it or erase it by mistake.

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it would actually depend on the type of disc your using for you to be able to erase the contents of the disc and reuse that same disc for new recordings. it's called "formatting the disc". it deletes all recordings and returns the recording medium to its original empty state. this operation is possible if you are using dvd-rw or dvd+rw (re-writeable) discs only. please refer to pp.12-13 of your camcorder's instruction manual for more information about disc format features. hope this helps. thanks:)

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