yep, the above only applies to CD-RWs, which is what u'll need if u want to be able to erase what u've already burned onto a cd. packet writing software (like the aforementioned InCD) will be needed in order to use the CD-RW like a floppy (ie: make it drag & drop capable as well as enable specific file deletion). u can also burn them like regular cdrs without using packet writing software and erase the (entire) contents whenever u feel like it.
about ur question on how to add more files to a cd that has already been burned, u need to make sure that u choose "Start Multisession Disc" when u first burn a cd with nero, which allows u to add more files to the cd until it's full. to continue adding files, just take the cd u've already burned and choose "Continue Multisession Disc."
I know I probably sound like and idiot, but I in all honesty, I am when it comes to this program.
we were all idiots at one point. :bigsmile: