CD-R

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Synonyms for CD-R

a compact disc on which you can write only once and thereafter is read-only memory

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95GB side is written in approximately 50 minutes in a disc-at-once recording, regardless of the data that will be contained.
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The drive supports a wide variety of CD writing modes, including Track-at-Once, Disc-at-Once, Session-at-Once, Multisession, and variable/fixed packet writing.
The drive also supports a wide variety of writing modes, including Track-at-Once, Disc-at-Once, Session-at-Once, Multisession, and variable/fixed packet writing.
There are two methods of writing a DVD-R disc: disc-at-once and incremental writing.
Both Nero and the burner manufacturer's firmware previously only supported disc-at-once (DAO) mode meaning data could be written to a DVD-R only one time.
The program works with ordinary CDR and CDRW drives that support Disc-At-Once (DAO), and a Pentium II or newer computer is recommended.
Users can record to the disc using the incremental or disc-at-once methods.