Difficulty in writing files to a CD/CDRW using XP

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I have had some difficulty in writing files to the CD/CDRW using the XP Software. I wanted to add HIDDEN to the file when it is written to the CD, but then it would not be saved. I cannot perform any action on the file because it is “read only” file. When I would automatically save the files to CDRW, the old files would still be there which would just be overlapped by the new files. What shall I do in order to properly clean the CD? Please help me on how to do it. Thank you in advance.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #100304

Difficulty in writing files to a CD/CDRW using XP

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Greetings…

Hello Asdan, I have some solution or suggestion to help and to find a possible answer to your question. Regarding your question that you have some difficulties in writing files to the CD/CDRW using the XP software here some reason why you cannot write or save file on that CD/CDRW it means that its just for "read only" there some kind of DISC that you can write and save file and the disc must be indicated as REWRITABLE or RECORDABLE so you can save and write data on it. I suggest also to use NERO to burn data/information but take note use CD ReWritable or Recordable if you use READ ONLY disc you cant save or write data on it. Additional Information also if you are using CD-Room use only CD and if you have DVD-Room use DVD disc because CD-Room is not compatible in DVD disc.

I hope it will help you and gain information to answer your problem.

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Difficulty in writing files to a CD/CDRW using XP

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Hallo Asdan,

If you have already burned some other information on the CD, then I doubt that you can add other information on it. This is because a CD is read only and once you burn information on it, you can not be able to modify the information nor add any other information on the CD.

You will be supposed to get another blank CD so that you write the files that you currently have on it, and ensure that you have edited the files to your maximum satisfaction because once you burn them on the CD you will not be able to make changes to them again.

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Lee Hung

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