Yes, A kodak CD is a CD-rom. Rom only means that it is read only memory meaning that you can not overwrite or erase the data on the disc.
cd-rom means where hsert our disk
CD-ROM means "Compact Disc- Read Only Memory." CD-RW means "Compact Disc Re-Writable."
CD rom means: Compact Disc-Read-Only MemoryIt's a disk that cannot be erased, only read.
what does the CD-ROM do
Memory holding capacity of CD-ROM is less and we can not rewrite the data in to the CD-ROM
the capacity of a cd-rom is 650MB.
No CD-ROM means Compact Disc Read-Only Memory. CD-ROM is an input device. However, CD-RW (Compact Disc Read Write) is both a input and output device.
"ROM" means "Read-Only Memory," so if it's a DVD-ROM, you won't be able to burn a CD. Any ROM drive only reads; it can't write.
A CD ROM drive cannot read a DVD. So it is not possible to use a CD ROM as a DVD ROM. A DVD ROM drive can work with a CD though.
CD = Compact Disk ROM = Read Only Memory Together CD-ROM means a compact disc made into a read only memory device. Rewritable cd's are not cd-roms as they are memory devices that can be rewrote to.
The two types of CD-ROM are DVD&CD drives
CD stands for compact disc. ROM means it is not possible to write to the disc/memory. CD stands for compact disc. ROM means it is not possible to write to the disc/memory.
Modify the BIOS to boot from the CD
First of all it is not "an" CD Rom/ It's "a" CD Rom. CD Rom is a pre pressed compact disc that contains data accessible to but not writable by a computer for data storage and music play back.
some disadvantages of a CD-ROM are that it is easy to scratch the surface of the CD and it won't work properly after that
it acesses the data on the CD ROM
at start of computer strike F2 and for setup. Now you should tick the IDE CD ROM or IDE DVD ROM drive because it is sometime disabled by the computer and now enjoy your CD's and if this does not work ,may be your CD-ROM is not high enough to run that CD(e.g. 8x CD ROM)
The same as the difference between a phonograph record and a phonograph. The CD-ROM is where the data is stored. the purpose of the CD-ROM drive is to read it.
James Russell is the person who developed the CD Rom.
Ann Babits has written: 'CD-ROM librarian index, 1986-1990' -- subject(s): CD-ROM, CD-ROM industry, CD-ROM librarian, Indexes, Periodicals
A CD ROM drive plays back CD ROMs, not DVDs, but DVD ROM drives can play both.
It is CD-ROM and it means Compact Disc - Read Only Memory For DVD-ROM it is Digital Video Disc - Read Only Memory