Cd-r >> cd-rw ?!?

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#1

I read in a magazine (Computer! Totaal) that they used some chemicals on a regular cd-r and it became a cd-rw!!!
But I can't find any info about it!
Do you?!?


#2

Don’t believe everything you read!
They are physically different!


#3

Do you know the magazine? It’s from a dutch computer club and at a meeting (monthly) they let everybody give a cd-r and they made a cd-rw out it for the people! (they got it back after the show!)
I don’t think they’re fouling it!
If somebody likes it I’ll scan the article.
link coming up…


#4

https://www.idrive.com/firstwookie/files/Stuff/cdr-rw.jpg?current-node=2305843042499690528&JServSessionId=Z7JB7LSYa.x.vcdQgI.JS35 or if that didn’t work (first time trying it!) goto https://www.idrive.com/firstwookie/files/Stuff/ and click cdr-rw.jpg!
L8rz…!


#5

Must have been the april issue
(btw Some german magazine had the gag of having a prog for turning your cd-rom playerinto a workin cd-r
The program was called lirpa har. har. har.)


#6

The base for CD-R and CD-RW is fully different. CD-RW has bio level that after burning by laser lose transparency.
But has possibility to return to previous condition after erasing.
CD-R - one way only.


#7

Just sharing some info!