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After I copy a file to a RW CD (and I have made sure to check the option for add future data) it shows as a read only disc and won't allow me to update or add to the file. I am trying to make a copy of work done on my home computer to take with me and edit on my lap top.

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I already wrote disc but how to overwrite a disc


On a CD-R, if you don't finalize or write protect the disk, can you overwrite a file?

Or in overwriting are you simply creating a second file of the same name in the TOC/directory and deleting the name, only, of the first file


You can add more data if there is space on the DVD+R, but you can't overwrite it.

You see, when a disc is burned, little microscopic ridges are put onto the disc. This is your data.

You cannot overwrite this data.

It's kind of like trying to use a permanent marker on the same spot of paper twice.





CD-ROM

Known as a read-only disc, usually used to store commercial programs and data. You can't add or delete information on a CD-ROM.

650 megabytes (MB)

Highly compatible with most computers and devices.

CD-R

You can burn files to a CD-R more than once (each time is referred to as a session), but you can't delete files from the disc. Each burn is permanent.

650 MB and 700 MB

You must close the session to read this disc in a different computer. Highly compatible with most computers and devices.

CD-RW

You can burn files to a CD-RW more than once. You can also delete unwanted files from the disc to reclaim space and add additional files. A CD-RW can be burned and erased many times.

650 MB

Compatible with many computers and devices.

DVD-ROM

Known as a read-only disc, usually used to store commercial programs and data. You can't add or delete information on a DVD-ROM.

4.7 gigabytes (GB)

Highly compatible with most computers and devices.

DVD-R

You can burn files to a DVD-R more than once (each time is referred to as a session), but you can't delete files from the disc. Each burn is permanent.

4.7 GB

You must close the session to read this disc in a different computer. Highly compatible with most computers and devices.

DVD+R

You can burn files to a DVD+R more than once (each time is referred to as a session), but you can't delete files from the disc. Each burn is permanent.

4.7 GB

You must close the session to read this disc in a different computer. Compatible with many computers and devices.

DVD-RW

You can burn files to a DVD-RW more than once (each time is referred to as a session). You can also delete unwanted files from the disc to reclaim space and add additional files. A DVD-RW can be burned and erased many times.

4.7 GB

You don't need to close the session to read this disc in another computer. Compatible with many computers and devices.

DVD+RW

You can burn files to a DVD+RW more than once (each time is referred to as a session). You can also delete unwanted files from the disc to reclaim space and add additional files. A DVD+RW can be burned and erased many times.

4.7 GB

You don't need to close the session to read this disc in another computer. Compatible with many computers and devices.

DVD-RAM

You can burn files to a DVD-RAM more than once. You can also delete unwanted files from the disc to reclaim space and add additional files. A DVD-RAM can be burned and erased many times.

2.6 GB

4.7 GB

5.2 GB

9.4 GB

DVD-RAM discs can generally only be used DVD-RAM drives and might not be readable by DVD players and other devices.



hope this helps

Aug 28, 2012 | Ahead Software Nero Express 6.0 (NERO6OEM)...

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How to back up Microsoft updates to a DVD disk


<p>1. Browse to the Microsoft Download Center (see Resources). Download Exe record updates in the desired shape on a DVD for future use. Store them in a new folder on your desktop. <br /> <p><br /> <p>2. Buy or download a DVD-burning software to your computer if you do not have. These programs include Nero, Super DVD Creator, and Roxio (see Resources). <br /> <p><br /> <p>3. Start the DVD-burning application and insert a DVD-R or DVD-RW disc into your DVD drive. <br /> <p><br /> <p>4. Find the option to create a data DVD. This option can be found on the main menu of most commercial software to burn discs. In most cases this will start a wizard that guides the process of recording a CD of data, alert. <br /> <p><br /> <p>5. Select the drive drop-down box is where your blank DVD. DVD drive of your PC is recommended for most users, the "D: \ Drive Select." Next ". <br /> <p><br /> <p>6. Select the folder on your computer where the Microsoft Update. Exe. Double click this folder. Select "Edit" and "Select All" menu at the top of the window. Select "Open" to add files to the list of files. <br /> <p><br /> <p>7. Click the Save button to copy the files from the hard drive of your blank DVD. When the transfer is complete, remove the disk from the computer and the program. <br />

on Jun 22, 2011 | Computer Utilities & Maintenance

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Cant make a back up of my dvd's for the kids to use. with shrink and decripter. when i do now it says, when i play it, it says no menu.


Step 1
Be sure to erase all data on the disc, if media is rewriteable, by going up to the "Recorder" drop-down menu and clicking "Erase Rewriteable Disc." A box will pop up on which you need to choose the correct recorder from the top menu, quick or full erase (best option), and a maximum erase speed is fine.
Step 2
Choose your recorder drive on the top right drop-down menu on the main screen. The drive icon next to this menu allows you to set advanced options. (Not needed here.)
Step 3
Click on the "Burn" icon in the middle of the main toolbar. This opens up the "Burn Compilation" box.
Step 4
Click on the "Multi-session" tab on the "Burn Compilation" box. Choose "Start Multi-session disc", if the disc is to be added to later. Choose "No Multi-session disc," if the disc is to be completed with the current burn. The other options are good at the default settings.
Step 5
Click on the "Label" tab on the "Burn Compilation" box to give the disc a title that will be seen in the drives list, such as Windows Explorer, when the disc is loaded. Choose "Automatic Disc name" and enter the desired name without spaces. For spaces, add underscores (shift+hyphen).
Step 6
Click on the "Burn" tab on the "Burn Compilation" box to set desired burn and writing actions. "Determine maximum speed" lets Nero determine the recorder and disc speeds, if they are unknown. "Simulation" performs a test virtual test burn to see if all goes well. "Write," of course, burns the disc. "Finalize disc" means that the disc will be burned, so that no more can be burned on it. (For the example, check the boxes for "Write" and "Finalize disc," which is probably already checked.)
Step 7
Set "Writing speed," if known, "Writing method" as "Disc-at-once" and "Number of copies".
Step 8
Click the "Burn" button at the bottom on the "Burn Compilation" box to begin the actual burning process and the "Writing to disc" window will open.
Step 9
Check the "Verify written data" box on the bottom left of the "Writing to disc" window. This will have Nero read the disc, after it is done burning, to verify that all of the data has been properly burned to the disc. This is an important optional step, especially with really important data. If all goes well, a box will pop up stating that "Data verification completed successfully."
Step 10
Run the disc in a drive or DVD player to make sure it runs correctly. If it does, the original files on the hard drive may be deleted, if desired.

Dec 11, 2009 | Computer Utilities & Maintenance

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Files waitng to be copied to disc


When the window that says that opens just click on write to disk on the right side menu.This is just windows burning program and it does this to make sure that you have finished adding the files you want before it burns them to disk.

May 20, 2009 | HP Computer Utilities & Maintenance

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I'd like to know how to retrive the trailers that i've downloaded


Depending on what files you want to burn to CD. If it is just Data then insert a blank CD and open with nero, choose burn data cd. In the window that comes up next browse your computer for the files that you want to burn, then click on add, once you have added all of the files that you want to burn click finished. Another window will come up with the option to name the cd and for you to decide on whether this cd will be for use with your computer only or with all/most cd players you should also be given the choice as to whether or not you want to make the cd a multi session cd (meaning that you can add more data to it at a later time, please note though that if you do add more data to the cd at a later date do not rename the cd otherwise it will not work.) Once you have chosen your desired options then click on burn to burn the cd.

If you are not sure where your downloaded files have been saved then run a search in windows for the files and make a note of where they are.

I hope this helps

Dec 15, 2008 | Ahead Software Nero 6.0 (60045) for PC

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Burned DVDs play on PC but won't play on home player. I have 3 PC (2HPs and 1 Parts built),running XP home, pro, media. I bought 2 Samsung SH-S182 DVD±RW Dual Layer Burner, and have tried them on all 3...


Nero 6 and 7 does not provides us the facilitiy of burning the DVD in appropriate DVD Format. Instead it burns the DVD in the normal DATA Format, which is not supportable by our DVD Player. To play the DVD in our DVD Player we should burn the DVD in the appropriate DVD Burner which itself converts the extension of the movie and make it proper for a DVD Player to read it. It also adds some files to the DVD which is sometimes used by the dvd player in running the DVD.

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Vinay Ramani
INDIA

Oct 07, 2008 | Ahead Software Nero 6 Ultra Edition...

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After burning my copied cd showing free space:0 ,i tried 5 cds ...same problem


it says free space 0 because it doesn't want you to add anymore files to it because it's most likely a burn once. it says used 700mb because again, it doesn't want you to add anymore files to it because, again, it's a burn once. do you get it?

Mar 10, 2008 | Computer Utilities & Maintenance

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Using roxio creator basic v9 when i burn disc its writing to the disc (700MB) without giving free space,i just made a copy of original cd which has 162MB,after writing to new disc,showing 700MB used..


Burned CDs always show as being fully used. That is so users don't think they can just copy files onto it. The way to find out how much free space is to subtract the amt. of space used from the capacity of the CD. Also most CDs are burn-once so after you burn it you can't add or delete files anyway. Only CD or DVD "RW" (read-write) discs allow you to re-use them.

Mar 08, 2008 | Computer Utilities & Maintenance

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Adding data file to existing CD-RW disc in Roxio


First off, for your information your Roxio is OLD, they now have Roxio 9.
But that will not solve your problem. Can you open the CD and copy and paste anything? Or is the CD "Read Only"? If read only, it is because when you "Finalized" the CD you optioned the "Write Protect" making writing to the disk impossible. This protects the disk from erasure too.
You will need to use another disk.
Otherwise you can just use the same method you used before to write to the disk, or Copy and Paste, or Drag and Drop.
The Write Protect is specific to the program you are running.
However, Roxio 7 and 9 program I have used ask, "Do you want to be able to write to this disk again?" or words to that effect. All you need to do is just put a check in the box (or not, if you want to write to disk again). This happens when you are ready to remove the CD or DVD from the drive. Then the program runs a "Finalizing" program before the disk automatically ejects.

Nov 07, 2007 | Roxio Easy CD & DVD Creator 6...

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