Is it possible (perhaps using a modified driver) to control a write laser of a CD or DVD burner to mark a commercially distributed DVD or CD? For example, say I had a 20 year old CD, who knows ... let's say Meatloaf. For whatever reason if I wanted to mark some kind of pattern on that CD is it possible?
I understand CDR and CD-RW media are specially constructed to allow marking by these writers, but I wasn't certain if that necessary precludes a CD or DVD writer from marking a "regular" store-bought audio CD or DVD.
I realize there may be some software protection preventing the CD/DVD writer from doing it but more curious if it would be possible to write software to control the writer to do so.