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A cd-rw would normally hold 500MB of data. A normal movie would need about 3-4 GB of data. You get programs that would save the movie on CD-RW as a VCD with compression to fit in lesser number of CDs. But you will not find many players that would play the cd-rw with the VCD format movie.
If it's a READ-ONLY as you say then absolutely nothing can be written on it, including a file system.
If it's a Recordable (once only) disk then it can't be formatted. For a disk to be formatable it must be ReWritable. The option to format (and which format to use) a cd-rw is in the menu of the burning soft or use Nero's special formatting tool InCD. A DVD-RW is formatted to UDF by default.
When you write to a CDRW chances are you are using a packet writing program such as "Drop to disc" by Roxio or INcd by Nero. I found out that Vista does not support such programs. If you are using Vista as your operating system you will not be able to save data this way. When I had to buy a new computer recently, I found out that I should use memory cards instead of CDRWs.
First I would go to the Control Panel > System > Hardware > device manager. There go to cd-dvd drives and right click on the cd drive and then click un-install. Restart your unit then test it,
If that does not work, I would un-install InCD, then re-install it. On Nero's website there a un-installers for Nero and InCD. If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it. Thanks, Joe
if this problem apperared then how much time spent you by use your cd/dvd rw i give you one suggest if you have cd writer+dvd rom then buy a dvd writer it can works or if you have already a dvd writer then check your region settings for check region settings go to my computer properties and after open properties. Go to Hardware then go to device manager and then go to properties of your drive then select the nation where you live then try it can work i think