CD stands for compact disc and is used to store picture files, text/word files, audio files, webpage files, pdf files, short video files, and folders of any of these types of files among many others. DVD stands for Digital Versatile Disc (formerly Digital Video Disc) and can store what CD's plus some file types (formats) that CD's can not. DVD's can contain much larger amounts of data and the quality of the data when used directly from one, versus copying the data to your computer and using it without the CD/DVD, than that of a CD. Usually we use DVD's for movies, like the one you rent or buy and put in you DVD player, and for games that are very high quality like 3-d games. A Drive is a piece of hardware that stores files or runs software that stores files. In other words, you CD Drive is like a CD player for your computer. The R in CD's and DVD's stands for recordable. If you have a CD-R Drive or DVD-R Drive you can record /write/burn files to it but only once; you must make sure that you put a CD-R or DVD-R (the disc that will contain your music or other files) in the CD-R or DVD-R Drive. RW on the CD or DVD stands for rewritable and this means that the disc can be re-burned/re-recorded/rewrote multiple times. If your CD Drive or DVD Drive is titled CD-RW, CD-RAM, DVD-RW or DVD-RAM you can record those types of discs. You can use a DVD-RW Drive or DVD-RAM to record/burn and even re-burn CD's, but CD-RW Drives and CD-RAM Drives can not burn DVD's.
Try to burn a CD. If it doesn't work, then your CD burner doesn't work.
You have to have a CD burner on your computer. And if you don't have a program to burn cds go to download.com and type in CD burner programs.
In 1995 CD-ROM burner drives were made available on computers. CD-ROM burners can be internal or external drives on a computer.
A computer CD burner is, at a basic level, a laser diode. Just like a light bulb, these diodes can burn out.
A CD burner is usually installed in a computer tower though some other electronics have them installed. A CD burner is used to put music, documents, programs, or pictures onto a disc.
I do, thanks for asking. No, you can't borrow it. If you're trying to determine if YOU have a CD burner, usually looking at the front of it will tell you.
Most modern computers have a CD and DVD drive that is capable of reading, writing and burning data. You can tell if you have a DVD burner on your computer by inserting a blank disc into the drive. If a prompt appears asking you to burn a disc, it means your computer can burn data for you.
Most likely, your computer is not a CD-RW burner, so it can play it, but not edit things on it. My suggestion, put it into a CD-RW burner or DVD Player with burner, then try again.
No but brad will tell you what it is
You have to put it in the CD burner or if you have iTunes its where you download a CD
because it is a DVD burner, not a CD burner
CD writer = CD burner, is a computer drive that allow you to storage(burn/write) stuff on a CD or DVD disc
I put the cd in the computer and a message tell me to import the cd select ok and select ok then my cd is importing in the computer
No. The laser in a CD burner is too wide to write to a DVD properly.
If you have a DVD burner you will be able to burn DVDs and CDs. If you have just a CD burner you will only be able to write CDs. * On a Windows computer: generally you can tell what kind of burner you have simply by looking at the drive. If it's a CD-RW drive, you'll see the word CD-RW or CD-R or the phrase Compact Disk Re-writable marked on the front of the drive. If it's a DVD burner, you'll seeDVD-RW or DVD-R or DVD+RW marked on the drive. If you can't tell from looking at the drive, right click on My Computer and select properties. Then click on the Hardware tab and click the Device Manager button. You'll be able to tell what type of drive you have from the list of devices on your system.* On a Mac: go to the Apple menu and select About This Mac. Then click on More Info. This will launch the Apple System Profiler (ASP). Once ASP has finished starting up, look for the Hardware category and then select the Disc Burning sub category. Click on Disc Burning and tell you what type of drive you have.
Recordable CDs were in use for audio purposes as early as 1988. The recordable CD was introduced in 1991 for professional computer use but it was 1996 before a reasonably affordable consumer version of the CD burner was introduced by Pioneer.
Yes you can. You can buy a separate cd-burner for your laptop that plugs into your usb port. They are very cheap but you would have to be careful with them cause a simple fall can break them easy.
how i can format my computer windows vista withut cd..............please kindly tell me. how i can format my computer windows vista withut cd..............please kindly tell me.
No you need a burner.
You do something called "burning a CD". There are many programs that let you burn a CD. See the links below. Any computer with a burner will have software to do it.
You have to buy a CD Burner that can play HD Dvd's to play HD Dvd's.
Use an external hard drive, or USB Flash drive.
A Memorex CD-R disc can be used to download pictures from a computer using a compatible CD burner. This information is burned into the surface of the disc for later viewing.
sir cd insert the computer but it tell to no disk
If you have a CD burner, yes