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Burned Music cd and now cannot delete or write to CD

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May 30, 2005 6:34:15 AM

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I burned a music CD and now I cannot erase or store info on my dvd-rw /
cd-rw drive. I usually store my quicken backup on cd and now I cannot erase
the old and cannot store the new. I get the msg. "The files on this CD-Rom
are read only-You cannot copy or move files over to this Cd-Rom" I even
tried backing up a office file onto the cd rom and no luck.. Any Ideas out
there

Michael
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May 30, 2005 8:11:49 AM

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thunder Wrote:
> I burned a music CD and now I cannot erase or store info on my dvd-rw /
> cd-rw drive. I usually store my quicken backup on cd and now I cannot
> erase
> the old and cannot store the new. I get the msg. "The files on this
> CD-Rom
> are read only-You cannot copy or move files over to this Cd-Rom" I
> even
> tried backing up a office file onto the cd rom and no luck.. Any Ideas
> out
> there
>
> Michael
to the best of my knowlage an audio cd has to be closed and made write
protected before the audio tracks can be read by a set top cd player-
this is normal operation- why not save yourself some griefe and buy an
extra 50 cent cd for backups instead of needing to worry about it using
one cd ?


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May 30, 2005 1:00:13 PM

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When once you finalize the CD it is locked in that state forever, even if
you only put one song on it. I would guess that this is what you have done.

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"thunder" <thunder@cinci.rr.com> wrote in message
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>I burned a music CD and now I cannot erase or store info on my dvd-rw /
> cd-rw drive. I usually store my quicken backup on cd and now I cannot
> erase
> the old and cannot store the new. I get the msg. "The files on this CD-Rom
> are read only-You cannot copy or move files over to this Cd-Rom" I even
> tried backing up a office file onto the cd rom and no luck.. Any Ideas out
> there
>
> Michael
>
>
>
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May 30, 2005 3:15:18 PM

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> to the best of my knowlage an audio cd has to be closed and made write
> protected before the audio tracks can be read by a set top cd player-
> this is normal operation- why not save yourself some griefe and buy an
> extra 50 cent cd for backups instead of needing to worry about it using
> one cd ?

I'm sorry I should have worded it different. I cannot save any data info to
a New Clean cd-rw. After I have made a audio cd (to a CD-R). I can no longer
save data or erase data to my E: drive which I use CD-RW disk for. Never
happen before, but now -forget it. Ready to take my Glock 23 to it.
Anonymous
May 31, 2005 3:26:09 AM

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do you need to format your disk for incd or whatever drag and drop cd
program you are using? I am assuming thats what you are trying to do -
most programs that use this technology need to specialy format the cd
to work like this. once again I am not very keen on this because I
delete all of this type of programing because it rakes havoc with video
editing programs so maybe if you post the software you are using and the
way you are trying to use it some one can help you


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Anonymous
May 31, 2005 9:08:16 AM

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Just because you made an audio cd doesn't mean you can't burn to a cd
rw. Are you sure your cd rw isn't wore out? I went through ten this
year. What specifically happens? errors? anything? What type of burning
software do you use? Just windows or roxio etc....? If you get the error
that the disk is read only then it has info already on it. Have you
cleaned the drives lately?


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