It really depends on how much stuff you need to back up. CDs can usually hold 800 MB (megabytes) of storage. Standard DVDs can hold 4.7 GB (4812.8 MB) of storage. Dual/Double Layer DVDs can hold 8.5 GB, and some of the new Blu-ray discs can hold up to 25 GB of storage. To back up your computer, you need a CD Burner or DVD Burner. I would recommend investing about $40 in a good DVD Burner and then backing up your most important data using normal or dual/double layer DVDs. However, if you really want to spend a lot of money backing up your PC and making it easy, you can buy external hard drives for a couple of hundred bucks that will hold 500 GB and make it really simple for backing up your computer.
it lets you play dvds and cds. it also lets you retrieve dvds and music from the computer
It makes CDS and DVDS
The place where you put cds and dvds in a computer
This is where you insert DVDs, computer games, and music CDs to the computer.
Macs are able to play DVDs and CDs.
No, you should put it in the recycling bin since Cd's and DVDs are reusable
Pendrives, External HardDisks, Cds, Dvds, Internet, Downloading
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cds and dvds works through drives.
No. CDs are of lesser capacity than that of DVDs. Also if the computer drive is just a CD-Writer drive and not a DVD writer it will not burn DVDs.
I would shop at FYI if I was you :) They have many selections of CDs and DVDs there.
No, On Playstation or the PSone you can play CDs, on PS2 CDs and DVDs, on PS3 Blu Ray Discs if set up for 1080P and even if not DVDs and CDs
If you mean can a computer burn files onto DVDs or CDs the answer is yes they can but if your device does not come with a CD/DVD RW drive you will need a external CD/DVD RW drive which cost under $20.00 (US) or under Â£20 (UK). The cheapest I found was on Amazon (Â£16.99 (UK) $13.11 (US)If you mean does your computer set fire to your DVDs or CDs, no. Well, it shouldn't. If your computer does there is something wrong with it/
No only a PlayStation 3 can play Blu-ray discs, DVDs and CDs, the PlayStation 2 can play DVDs and CDs, and the PlayStation plays CDs
CDs and DVDs.
Minimal computer literacy should include sending Email, browsing on the internet and using CDs and DVDs. With more functional computer literacy you should be able to use a word processor (MS Word), a spreadsheet (MS Excel), and a printer. Beyond this, I recommend taking a computer literacy class.
If its on your computer then burn it to a disc.If you have it on disc then keep it in its original case or a case that holds CDs/DVDs.
Yes there is Free DVD Cloner that is a program for Windows that allows you to Burn or grab any type of CDs or DVDs [Data CDs (or Mode 1 ISO CDs), Audio CDs] from an ISO image file. you can also burn and grab data DVDs, HD DVDs, Video DVDs and Blu-ray disks (ISO) .
No. Wiis don't play DVDs or CDs either
CDs and DVDs.