A cdrw drive will allow you to both read and write cd's. A cdrw dvd-rom will allow you to read and write cd's, as well as play dvd's. This drive does NOT allow you to write dvd's.
Nothing. It will not be recognized.
it can be used to write rewritable cd's
Internal components, screen modules, and system boards are parts of a Compaq computer. Also includes as parts are floppy, DVD ROM, RW, and CDRW/DVD drives.
types of optical disc drive are: cd,dvd,blueray,cdr,cdrw,dvdrw,mp3,mp4
Since the only difference in your detail - is the amount of memory (4GB against 2GB) - go for the 4GB machine. The extra memory will help Windows 7 run faster.
DVD and DVD-RW are now widely available at local electronic departments. The ability to use the higher capacity media forms allows for the great back up potential and media transfer then their CD and CDRW counterparts.
The DVD player can run a mpeg file.
It is a CD, DVD, Blue Ray, CDR, CDi, CDRW, DVDRW, MP3, MP4, or any of a dozen other varieties of laser data readers.
Also included, are items, such as the monitor, motherboard, CPU, memory, graphics card, hard drive, CD ROM, DVD ROM, cdrw, dvdrw, peripherals, such as printers..
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Yes it can.
Yes you can however the DVD-ROM must be made bootable and it will run with the RAM in your computer.
You will need to burn the files to a DVD for that you will need a DVD burner
Often on a CD or a DVD there is a file called autorun.inf This file will run when the DVD or CD is inserted into the drive, and it will run a menu or an installation setup.
Yes you can, as long as it has cd/dvd drive, should be on the side
well, it depends on what kind of softwear you had to burn your cd.
CDR CDRW DVDR DVDRW Blueray
It depends on the Linux you are running. There are thousands of Linux distros. It is possible that your distro wasn't intended to run DVD-ROM. But most Linux will run them.
I believe that if you simply explore your cdrw in a separate window, you can just right-click the single picture and say "delete." I've done this before and I've never had a problem with it. good luck!
There is no way to run a DVD in safe mode. DVD's can be burnt in safe mode and program disks can be installed in safe mode though.
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