How to make CD-R can be used repeatedly to save data

Prior to launch the flash, one of the data storage media other than floppy disks is to use compact disc (CD). This CD has a surplus instead of a floppy disk. In addition to damage, this CD also has a capacity far greater than the diskette that is about 650-700 MB. Currently diskette is rarely used, even almost never. Compact disc (CD) There are two kinds of CDR (Compact Disc Recordable) which can only be used to store only and CDRW (Compact Disc Rewritable) can be used to store and also can delete files that have been stored and then to save the file / data again CDRW so that it can be used over and over again like a flash.

In contrast to the CDRW that can be charged and removed repeatedly, CDR can only be used to store only. When we save the data with a small volume to a CDR, then the CD can not be used to store data again. So that is very inefficient. We can get around for a CD R can be used to store data or files repeatedly, so it can be more economical and efficient. Programs that used to burn data to CD is a program Nero. For that trick for cdr can be used over and over this time using Nero program only.

  • As usual first open Nero program
  • Select Data then click Make Data CD

  • Enter data or files that will burn to a CD by clicking the Add button and if it all clicks Next
  • In the Final Burn Settings window switch or check the option Allow files to be added later (Multisession disc). By enabling this feature, the CD R shobat will be used to store other data at other times as well.
  • Click Burn.
Thus if there is still room on the CDR, then we can add data or files to a CDR, so can be more economical considering the price of the CDR is very much cheaper than the CDRW.

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dharma said...

matur suwuuun

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