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I have used a blanck cd cd-r and also dvd-r to do a back up disc for my comper but it tells me there are full but thay are brand new. and also say's use a cl disc may i ask what a cl disc is.

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A CL Disk Is A Cleaner Disk That You Put In Your Disk Drive And It Cleans Your Disk Drive.Have You Ever Used The Disk Before?

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