Hi AllWhen using CDRWs and DVDRWs is there a way you can delete files stored on there?I know you can add more data and make it finalised but never tried to delete from it.Can anyone help?
just format the disk,or just right click on what you want to delete then delete it
You are better off using a program like Nero 6 or 7 for DVD work as windows is restricted to CD burn.(Correct me if I am wrong)Terry
If you use InCD (within Nero) to format the disk, you can use it like any other drive, deleting single items as you wish.
I don't use either of them as I found they would become corrupt too easily. I use multisession CDRs for most things. Don't copy things you cannot replace onto rewritable disks is my advice.
CDRWs and DVDRWs have to use the UDF format click here to allow them to be true rewritable.
I agree with Totally-braindead. Rewritable optical disks are unreliable, and shouldn't be used for valuable data. Writable-only disks are so cheap that isn't worth the risk.
thank you for your responses, it may have been seemed a silly question but if you dont know you dont know!
Its not a silly question and by all means carry on using RW disks if you wish but do not store anything on them you cannot replace.
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