it mean there is no CD so make sure there is a CD in there
Different brand and model cd drives make different amounts of noise, and some make a lot of noise.
Cd-R or Cd-RW
Cadmium is Cd, not CD. There is no CD on the periodic table.
If you mean CD like CD player, then no.
It means there is no disk in the CD player.
It just means a collection of songs by different artists, drawn from different CD collections. http://popularmusichistory.com/
You have misheard the words - you mean "rip CD" not "rib CD".If you "rip" a CD then you are making a copy of it onto either another blank CD or some other medium.
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If by "CD" you mean the disk that you place in your laptop or CD player, it stands for "Compact Disk"
CD stands for a Compact Disc.CD can also mean Change Directory when used as a command.
When white light shines on the CD, the light is separated into seven colours, so different colours appear on the CD.
There is no such thing as a CD+R.
They can come in a few different formats. There is CD+R, CD-R, and CD+RW.
Sometimes the encoding on a CD is in different formats. It is possible that if it is burned/made on a computer that it will have different encoding that the kind used in CD players.
Cd is the chemical symbol of cadmium.
There are different in those but compact.
The CD Key will be on the back of the CD case you purchased.
the word CD stands for compact disk often shortened to CD ROM
It means the CD is re-writeable. You can reuse the CD
i work at an old navy and we just get sent a CD each month with different songs and its hard to know a list of all the songs on the CD unless your standing in the back writing them all down as they play
When a CD is "burned" or created, an intense laser burns microscopic scratches into the CD. When the CD is "read" later, it is with a less intense laser. The little lens in the CD player shoots this laser up into the CD, and the microscopic scratches refract the laser in different ways. Then, the laser is reflected back to the lens, where there are little sensors which read the way the laser was refracted and turn it into information which you and I can use.
The two types of CD-ROM are DVD&CD drives