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How do I format/erase CDRW using InCD at the Command Prompt?

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How do I format/erase CDRW using InCD at the Command Prompt? I can erase files, but not sure how to erase or format the entire CDRW using a single command.

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http://dim.com/~sitaram/CD-R-for-CLUEd-in-Windows-users.html     The command line way to burn CDs in Windows
http://isorecorder.alexfeinman.com/CreateCD.htm     CreateCD - command-line CD recording tool for Windows XP and Windows 2003
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