What's the Difference Between CD R and CD Rw?

Answer

CD R is compact disc Recordable where you can only write data once and it remains there permanently. CD Rw is compact disc rewritable on which data can be written, erased and written again.
Q&A Related to "What's the Difference Between CD R and CD Rw?"
It is a Double-layer CD burning. r is read only. rw is read and write.
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A CD-R (Compact Disc - Read) is designed to be written to one time and the data be stored permanently (in some cases, the data can be erased, but the CD becomes worthless) A CD-RW
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1. Shut down the computer, but leave it plugged into surge suppressor. 2. Skip to step 6 if you do not currently have a parallel-port printer. 3. Turn off the printer. 4. Disconnect
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1. Ensure that your setup is capable of working with rewritable CDs. To erase files from a CD-RW, you will need both the rewritable disc itself and an optical drive capable of reading
http://www.wikihow.com/Erase-a-CD-RW
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