CDR or CDRW Disks

Luke Davis ldavis at
Wed Oct 27 01:09:45 EDT 2004

My original message was quoted below yours', and mine.

What I said, was that *maybe* there was a blanking method that did not 
recover all space.  I then said that both fast and full blanks, in my 
experience, did recover all space.

  On Tue, 26 Oct 2004, Gregory Nowak 

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> Luke,
> if I recall, you had said that you recover all the space only with a
> full burn, since you may not be able to recover all of it with a fast
> burn. You are wrong there (if that's what you actually had stated),
> because you can recover all the space with either burn, fast or
> full. If I had your original message to look at, I could be more
> specific.
> Greg
> On Tue, Oct 26, 2004 at 10:31:10PM -0500, Luke Davis wrote:
>> On which point was I wrong, Greg?  I said that I believed that both types
>> recovered all of the space, and that somebody should correct me if I was
>> wrong.  You corrected me, said I was wrong, but then concurred with my
>> statements.
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