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Is there a way

I want to know if there was a way
to turn a regular cd-drive into
a re-writeable without me having to
go out & spend money on another drive.
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2smoove4u
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lrmooreCommented:
Sorry, but not there is not. CDRW drives are under $50 if you watch the sunday ads
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