Mon 7 Jun, 2004 04:26 am
Iv'e just got a CDrewriter for the first time nd I'm a bit stuck. Iv'e put 12MB on it and want to add a further 2 MB but it tells me there is no space left on disc, so obviously I'm doing something wrong. This is what I've tried to do:
click new project
click add to compilation
click burn data
pop up box says something like 2 mb to add
available space 0.00
You forgot to start a so-called multi session in the first place.
So you won't be able to add other stuff onto that CD-R because your writer added a code at the end of the first data that says something like "end".
Next time you're giving another CD-R a hot time in the burner look for something that says "start multi session" - then you'll be able to add more and more stuff until the CD truly has had it.
There is nothing lost I'm only having a practice. These CD-R only cost 15 pence each whereas CD-RW cost about £3 can you tell me if there is a big difference in quality, or is it just because you can use them again?
My guess is that they're more expensive because you can use them again.
As far as I know some cd-players even have more trouble reading those CD-RWs than they do with CD-Rs - so CD-Rs are the better pick.
I can tell from me that I absolutely never used a CD-RW during my career as a CD-writer.