What is the difference between usb songs and CD songs?
u get 1 off a usb flash drive or mp3 player/iPod, the other you rip off a CD (copy from CD)
You will need to transfer them on a USB drive and put them on your computer. After that, you can burn the songs onto a CD.
You insert the disc an then go to start>computer and select the disc the drag the files inside the USB
An album is the product of a collaberation of numerous songs. The compact disc (CD) is actually just the name for the disk. A CD is an optical disc used to store digital data. For instance, the CD can hold 10 songs or just one song, however, the album is a collection of many songs which can be recorded onto a CD, Blu-ray disc, record, tape, etc.
Their is no difference
The only difference is the hyphen.
Yes, you can. Insert the CD into your computer and a window from Itunes should pop up asking if you want to import the songs into itunes. I believe you click yes, and the songs from the CD will import into Itunes. You then just connect your ipod to the computer with the USB cord and anything in itunes will sync to the ipod.
There are different in those but compact.
Put the CD in and when it plays, select 'Rip Music' or put in a usb drive with music on it. Then copy them.
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.
You need a program to "rip" your CD, then it is a file on your computer which you can then copy to your USB.
Toshiba has USB port but no cd or DV
The difference between a CD-ROM and a hard disk is in the type of media. CD-ROMs are an optical medium and a hard disk is magnetic.
The difference between CD ROM and WORM is that WORM allows to write once for the first time. Capacity is also a characteristic difference.
Nothing at all.
A CD is used for storage and a MP3 is a audio format.
They are different names for the same device.
i ain't know
You can copy songs from a CD to a computer. The CD is not changed in anyway.
If they're copy protected songs from iTunes, you will need to burn a CD and rip the tracks. If they're mp3 files, just find the source folder and drag and drop into your usb drive.
CD-R and CD-RW are both versions of a CD that a person can put data on. The main difference is the CD-RW can be written over again where a CD-R cannot be.
The difference between a CD Rom and a hard disk is that a CD Rom translates the information on CD's and discs. On the other hand, a hard disk stores data and useful information.
The difference between hardware and software is that hardware is something physical. It is something you can touch. For example, a CD and its CD-ROM drive is hardware, but the music that is recorded on it is the software.
Apart from the size, there is no difference.
They both have the same meaning. CD-RW is the same as Cd Rewriter olny shortened.
no your songs are safe
Can you download Guitar Hero 3 songs onto a USB memory stick and then transfer them onto a PlayStation 3?
Yes just by using 2 things usb and with the usb it will tell you u got new mail in gutair hero 3 that's just casual then download the songs my using Toothpaste and then put the toothpaste over the CD and tape up your xbox holes and there you go the usb should be good
A CD you Cannot Copy on But a CD-R or RW you Can the CD-RW You can Erase all Information and recopy something else on it
To put music from a USB stick onto a CD, it must first be downloaded to the computer. Then the music files can be burned (downloaded) onto a CD using the CD-ROM.
A 'standard' CD is pre-loaded with software or music. The data is fixed, and cannot be altered. A CD-R or CD-RW is blank - so the user can put their own data (music, programs or data) onto it. The difference between a CD-R can be written once - a CD-RW can be re-written many times.
mp3 is a condensed form of the music file, and is lower quality than what you would copy directly from the CD. You can fit fifty or more mp3 songs on a CD, but only ten-twenty full-quality songs.
Roxio cd creator is better
You have to download the songs on your computer. Once you have the songs on your computer, you can create a CD.
yea if you dont already have too many songs on the CD :)
ANYONE with a computer could do it. Simply insert the CD into the drive and the USB stick into a vacant socket. Using Windows - just 'drag & drop' the images from the CD to the USB stick.
The Northern Bridge transfers data between the processor and internal hardware, like RAM, while the South Bridge transfers data between the CPU and external devices, like the CD, DVD, USB, and Floppy disk drives.
Its a double CD. The first CD has 10 songs.
CD with only one song and it tells be to insert a blank CD How do you put more songs on the same CD?
If the CD is a CD-R it is only "Writable," and cannot have songs added to it after its initial burn. If the CD is a CD-RW you should be able to "Rewrite" songs onto the CD and reburn them.
There are only one type of CD, which is CD-R, there is not CD+R.........Now if you are talking about DVD, then there is not different.
You will need an external USB CD player.
A USB FLASH drive holds more info
CD-R is Compact Disk - Read CD-RW is Compact Disk - Read, Write
The main difference between a CD driver and a DVD driver have to do with the protocols that operated individual programs.
A CD is round and you can watch stuff on it and can record stuff on it. A floppy a downloading thingy.
CD audio is raw, whereas DVD audio is encoded and compressed.
You can't delete individual songs from any type of CD. If the CD is rewriteable (CD-RW), you can blank / format (remove all content from) it using suitable CD-burning software and then re-burn the songs that you still want on the CD.
Only read, recordable, read and write
by downloading the songs on the CD on the computer and plug in your iPod and pick what songs you want on your iPod
On the CD Songs of the Marines the Marine Corp Hymn is on the CD twice with both the slow and faster version. There are seventeen songs in all on the CD.
How many songs you can burn onto a blank CD depends on how much space is on the CD. On average you will be able to put around twenty songs on a blank CD.