CD-R or CD-RW?
chuckh at ftml.net
Sat Nov 17 14:28:09 EST 2007
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CDR's are cheaper, they are not reusable, and they will play fine on
ordinary audio CD players if they contain audio material.
CDRW's are more expensive, they are reusable, and lots of ordinary
audio CD players will not be able to play them with audio contents.
So it all depends on your expected uses. If you are not sure of what
you are doing and are not interested in burning audio CD's, then the
CDRW's are a better bet. If you screw up when burning a CDR, you
suddenly have a new coaster for your next party. At least with a CDRW,
you can do it over again and get it right.
On Sat, Nov 17, 2007 at 12:18:41PM -0700, Keith Hinton wrote:
> Are CD-roms or CD-RWs better for burning Linux CDs, or anything for that matter? Thanks.
> Regards, --Keith
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