Originally posted by henry3k56
I've been able to write, and re-write to a CD-r. Don't know why, but I can.
u can do that if u use direct cd, cuz when u edit stuff, it just hides the old stuff and u can move things around because it doesnt actually write till u eject
Originally posted by LawnGnome2005
I wouldn't burn on a CD-RW anyway. Save those for any Programs you would like to save. Just use CD-Rs for music. Since you'll probably make more music CDs than Info CDs, just burning on the CD-Rs will save you a lot of money.
but i can redo the cd at anytime, if i get a better version, or dont like a certain song.
my phillips CD player will read it and i bought it 2 summers ago, while my aiwa play, manufactured may/99, wont...