Writting files on a CDR permanently but add some later

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I have a CDR and wanted to write some data but be able to add some files on it later. Is this possible and what would I need to make this happen? I would not like to waste space on the disks so I would like to utilize then entirely. How can I make up for the high write speeds for compatibility in other devices like the CD players in the cars?

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Writting files on a CDR permanently but add some later

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Generally, if you are using Windows XP, it will allow you to write on the CDR by simply Copying and pasting the file on CDRW drive and then burn it. You can use the remaining space later with the same CDRW drive. But, in case the file size exceeds 90% of the capacity of the CDROM, then it will show that the disk is full.

Further, using NERO burner, you can do the same, in any version of Windows.

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