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hi ... can you explain me what means - CD-rw write...

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Question by tom's
Submitted on 9/18/2003
Related FAQ: [comp.publish.cdrom] CD-Recordable FAQ, Part 1/4
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hi ...
   can you explain me what means - CD-rw write protect - ???
   that's the answer when i try format or burn a brand new cd-rw media.
   what have i to do to "unlock" this media???

   another question is ....
   how to make a cd-rw .mp3 in order to burn about 150-200 songs in a cd and keep it apart one of another.
   i tried to make it with a cd-r and choose data before burn the cd, but it results in just one song 70 minutes longer.
   is it just work out with cd-rw??

   brgds,
   antonio



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