Difference between limited rewritable and fully erasable optical disks.?

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what is difference between limited rewritable and fully erasable optical disks.? an optical disk labelled limited rewritable that mean that it is fully erasable?

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Difference between limited rewritable and fully erasable optical disks.?

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Dear Ruthprobertson,

To first answer your question, let us first define what an optical disk is: it is one of the most popular forms of storage media for data such as music, images, documents, programs, etc. There are 3 basic types of optical disk:

1. CD/CD ROM- this has already data on it so it is a read only optical disk.

2. CD-R(recordable)/WORM(Write once-read many)-where you write data only once then it becomes like a CD ROM

3.CD-RW(rewritable)/EO(erasable optical disk- which allows us to erased data stored in the disk then rewrite/ re-record as many times as possible.

In short a limited rewritable disk and fully erasable optical disk is one and the same.Dear Ruthprobertson,

To first answer your question, let us first define what an optical disk is: it is one of the most popular forms of storage media for data such as music, images, documents, programs, etc. There are 3 basic types of optical disk:

1. CD/CD ROM- this has already data on it so it is a read only optical disk.

2. CD-R(recordable)/WORM(Write once-read many)-where you write data only once then it becomes like a CD ROM

3.CD-RW(rewritable)/EO(erasable optical disk- which allows us to erased data stored in the disk then rewrite/ re-record as many times as possible.

In short a limited rewritable disk and fully erasable optical disk is one and the same.

Answered By 0 points N/A #139275

Difference between limited rewritable and fully erasable optical disks.?

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You can use a disk as a USB drive or as a simple disk in a very special combo drive. This allows you not just to read the files but you can also write the files to the DVD and make changes to files when ever you require. 

 

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