Most floppy disks will come pre-formatted. All floppy disks need to be formatted to be usable.
Because cdr discs only have MBs of space and DVD discs are in GBs
Yes long as it gets formatted correctly.
cdr can be formatted into an audio CD, data CD or video CD... its the format you choose that determines what you can put onto it. cdr can take almost anything. note, if you just drag mp3 files onto your cdr and burn, it does not make it an audio CD, but data.
you cant throw them away theyre useless now
You can write to a CDR once. A CDR-W can be erased and rewritten over and over.
the formatted capacity is always different (and less) from the discs stated capacity, so heres a chart based on 1 gb = 1024mb 4.7gb DVD = unformatted: approx 4812mb formatted: 4392.96mb
because you can format them 2 different ways.. To work like a hard drive or burn onto them in sessions to protect data sort of like a CDR..
If you are using a cdr you can make multisession discs where you can burn multiple sets of data onto a disc but you can not remove any data. Once you use 700 mb it's full. You can buy cdrw discs where you can delete data.
The DVP can play dual-layer discs, which hold a formatted capacity of 8.5 GB.
Letterkenny - CDR - railway station was created in 1909.
Letterkenny - CDR - railway station ended in 1960.
There is no way possible of burning a ps3 game to a cdr. Its in blu-ray format so not even half the data on the blu ray disc will fit into the cdr There is no way possible of burning a ps3 game to a cdr. Its in blu-ray format so not even half the data on the blu ray disc will fit into the cdr
As of July 19, 2013, 8 of the 12 men are still alive:Apollo 11CDR Neil Armstrong (deceased)LMP Buzz AldrinApollo 12 CDR Pete Conrad (deceased)LMP Al BeanApollo 14 CDR Alan Shepard (deceased)LMP Ed MitchellApollo 15 CDR Dave ScottLMP Jim Irwin (deceased)Apollo 16 CDR John YoungLMP Charlie DukeApollo 17 CDR Gene CernanLMP Jack Schmitt
The abbreviation for Commander is Cdr.
CDR is the abbreviation for commander.
Six moon landings by 12 astronauts (not including the six Command Module Pilots who orbited but did not land)Apollo 11Neil Armstrong CDR (Commander), Edwin (Buzz) Aldrin LMP (Lunar Module Pilot)Apollo 12Pete Conrad CDR, Al Bean LMPApollo 14Alan Shepard CDR, Edgar Mitchell LMP.Apollo 15Dave Scott CDR, Al Worden LMPApollo 16John Young CDR, Charlie Duke LMPApollo 17Eugene Cernan CDR, Harrison (Jack) Schmidt LMP
No. It is possible to put information on a CDR and not take up the whole space (700MB) and then add more later; however, it is not recommended.
There are several kinds of CDs. Stamped (store bought) CD that come with data on them, are not writable, or erasable. They are manufactured with the data already on them. CDR discs can be written with a computer drive, but in general, they cannot be erased. They can be damaged where they can't be read back though. CDRW discs can be written to and then erased and re-written. You need software on the computer to do that though. Look into Nero burning ROM. It's a very good program for doing what you want here, assuming you are using CDRW discs.
Press releases are formatted in MLA format