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cd+rw,cd-rw

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Can you give me some info, and the dif. between cd+rw, and
cd-rw.
Thank you.
Ben
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rmarotta earned 10 total points
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See the following FAQ for all you ever want to know about it:

http://www.fadden.com/cdrfaq/

Regards,
Ralph
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But where in the FAQ does it mention CD+RW?  I have not seen this notation before, and am curious as to the differences.


My guess whould be it means the same thing, but I would like to know a definate answer.
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I think bena wants to know the difference between CD-R (Recordable) and CD-R/W (Re-Writable Recordable).

bena,
If the FAQ doesn't help or you need additional info, please ask.

Regards,
Ralph
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bena,
For your future reference:
You are under no obligation to accept any answer proposed to you.
If the information provided to you is unclear, or does not solve your problem, simply reject it.

Don't you think it would be courteous to at least comment on why you graded that answer so poorly?

Ralph
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by:bena
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rmarotta:
Your answer to my question was incomplete, see syzygy comments.
In the future if you cannot answer a question completely , let
somebody else do it.
Thank you anyway for trying.
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Do you think it's possible that your question was "incomplete"?

With so little to go on, I suggested the FAQ because it contains complete answers to any question you could have about CD recording.  Please notice that I also requested you ask for additional information if needed.

I think your questions could be answered to your satisfaction if you were a little more communicative in asking them.

Good luck,
Ralph
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by:syzygy
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Damnit, now I want to know!  What is teh difference between CD-RW and CD+RW?

If anyone can give a definate answer (or a URL *specifically* mentioning CD+RW) I'll chuck some pouints in for it.
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by:MagsMcKinley14
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There is no such thing as a CD+RW or CD+R...Only DVD+RW and DVD+R
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