Can a double layer burner write to a single layer disk?
25 Gigabytes and double sided dual layer has 50 Gig
Double-layer means that there are two layers of the disk in which the data is held. Nearly every DVD and Blu-Ray movie is double-layered. Sometimes when the player transitions from one layer to another, it can create a short pause. But the disc being double-layered is good, for that means it can hold up 2 times more data than a single layer. A double-layered Blu-Ray holds up to a maximum of 50 GB of data… Read More
No it is not possible to rewrite a DVD-r or DVD+r disc. The type of DVD that can do that is a DVD-rw or a DVD+rw
Computers do read DVD-Rs but if your computer doesn't read DVD-Rs you may not have a DVD Drive. To make sure you have one, Look on the drive. If it says Compact Disk, that means CDs only. If it says Compact Disk and DVD R/RW you cab view and burn DVDs
The DvD ripper will copy the information from the disc, it will not remove the information off of it.
How do you import vob files on a self made DVD so as to review the DVD or correct an error on the disk?
using a program called handbrake will allow you to rip the dvd to an mp4 file which will more easily allow you to edit whatever error there was. if it was an error in the actual dvd authoring such as a menu item or incorrect chapter marker, use something like nero.
a blu ray disk can hold 9400mb. Dvd can hold 4700mb. A CD can hold 470mb. (NB. Values are rounded to the nearest 100)
DVD burners are not compatible with blue-ray disks. Only a Bluray drive is capable of handling Bluray discs.The term BlueRay is derived from the actual wavelength of the laser that is used in the burning process. This laser emits a Blue color as opposed to the lasers previous which use a laser in a wavelength that emits a red color. The actual Blue ray lasers are much finer ( like comparing a pencil tip to… Read More
Your best bet is to take it to your local blockbuster or such company and ask for it to be laser cleaned they charge around £2 for this but it is cheaper than buying a new DVD. Hope this helps
How to write disk Burn Disk and files to read only. I want my CD to be read only how can i do that. which software can do that.?
If you are buring data on a CD-R it's by default read only. Thus, use a CD-R (not CD-RW) and use just the standard windows recording tools (drug and drop, or send to).
yes isn't it obvious
1. You should not try. 2. This is illegal.
Yes indeed. Many people keep their photographs in this manner. It can be searched and displayed as a slide show if required. A very compact way to store photographs.
Sadly No, you need to either buy a blu ray player or you could try using your PC or PS3 to play blu ray. for PC u will have to download cyberlink powerdvd.
Yes actually you can, most of the lens cleaning discs are universal, meaning they can be used in CD players, DVD players, game consoles, and blue ray.
you first have to go to control panel then press classic view then press java press setting and then it comes
yes we can do both work symantaneousluy on a single hard disk at the same time
most DVD players (95%) will play audio discs but to be sure check the user manual that came with your DVD player
Depends on the DVD. Wether or not its rewriteable. Depends on the DVD. Wether or not its rewriteable.
Convert it with DVD Copy Software. It can help you to copy DVD to hard drive by creating ISO file or saving as DVD folder.
Depending on how old it is, you can go wrong with any DVD RW
The laser in the CD writer burns "dots" into the inner filling of the disk. This creates binary language that is read by a CD player. Binary is 1s and 0s, which translate into on or off. The software can translate the binary code into a format recognizable by whatever tool uses the data (music player, MS Word, etc.). A re-writable disk has an inner filling that can be erased (restored to all 0s or… Read More
Generally speaking, many DVD players could support many DVD disk, including DVD-r, DVD+r, DVD-rw, DVD+rw. If your DVD player could support those four kinds of disks, then make sure your DVD burner could also support them. Take an example, the DVD burner I use could burn movies and videos to DVD-r, DVD+r, DVD-rw, DVD+rw. Then it's up to you which disc to use. You may download one and try it by your self. wish it… Read More
DVD-R disks are the most common in use today and that's why it'll record -R disks. The older recorders didn't have the software embedded in them to record on an R disk, but the newer generation machines usually will. Without going into a lot of techno-babble,the `R` was a positive recording system and the `-R` was a negative recording system. Most commercial movies you buy are -R disks as well, and since my computer will… Read More
DVD data disks are burned by the Finder. In Finder's menu under FILE you can see the command New Burn Folder. Click that. An empty folder will appear. It will be on the desktop and be named Burn Folder. Dragging files to this folder will NOT put the files in the folder. An Alias of each file is put into the folder. The total space needed is calculated and you will be told how much… Read More
I found dozens offered on eBay a few months ago. i remember seeing one at compusa
What kind of problems might occur if you tried to use an older CD-ROM drive or a CD player to play a CD-r or a CD-rw disk?
Motherboard will blow up
Pretty much any "Name Brand" DVD-R should work. Just about every DVD player has "suggestions" on which brand for the best use. They've usually just tested those to make sure they work or they're just the name of the manufacturer's DVD's they want you to use. I believe the "Encoding" is the biggest thing on HOW you record the movie. Check the DVD player's manual to see what they can play.
A cd-rom drive
that means either the DVD player is broken or the DVD doesnt work on that type of player
Try to mount the image using a tool such as Daemon and then use Copy disk in Nero from mounted drive.
A hard disk drive (HDD)[note 2] is a data storage device used for storing and retrieving digital information using rapidly rotating discs (platters) coated with magnetic material. An HDD retains its data even when powered off. Data is read in a random-access manner, meaning individual blocks of data can be stored or retrieved in any order rather than just sequentially. An HDD consists of one or more rigid ("hard") rapidly rotating discs (platters) with magnetic… Read More
FInd out which model # you have and got to the website for the latest drivers. I do that with most of my friends reinstalls. I love broadband.
Is it possible to use a CD instead of a floppy to download the six items for a startup disk for Windows XP Professional?
Yes, if you have a CD drive.
well i never tried it but what you may have to do is write the OS on an other computer by linking the harddrive of the laptop to a computer with a CD ROM drive. afteer you write the OS on the harddrive you place it back on the laptop with no drives.
its to late sorry!
Look under the back of the front passenger seat. For easy access, sit in the back seat and look under the the seat...
You can use WinRaR or any other tool that allows you to split a compressed file into 2 or more files according to the size. And set the size as you can see it written on the disk or if you are using power ISO go to Compress-> Advanced Properties-> then click Split to Multiple Volumes. The Volume Size will be now be open and put in how much you want on each disk. I.E… Read More
you can clear the data from a write only disc by formatting the disc
First, that should never happen, but if it does, the drive could be damaged and might be misaligned. After you get the damaged disk out, try reading an older disk, something that you don't care if it's destroyed. If you can read the disk without scratching it the drive is probably ok. Otherwise, get a new drive.
Absolutely. Most DVDs hold less than 5gb of data (dual layers less than 9gb) while hard discs today can hold many terabytes of data.
How many primary partitions and how many extended partitions can you have a single disk configured as a basic disk?
You can have up to 4 primary partitions or 3 primary partitions and 1 extended partition
On a DVD the digital states are represented by differently shaped indentations in the surface of the disk?
this is true, however the indents are so fine they are unseen and almost microscopic
Yes, you can convert a FAT32 to and NTFS disk by formatting it from FAT32 to NTFS. All files will be removed so remember backup. Use Disk Management in XP to format. For devices right click them in My Computer.
No. IP addresses are assigned by your ISP and have nothing to do with your hard drives.
check to make sure the disk is not write protected. there is a little tab on a corner of the disk that prevents overwriting.