CD-RW Drive

CD-RW Drive Stands For Compact Disk ReWritable Drive. A CD-RW Drive Can Change Or Write The Data On A CD.

It Has A Moving Laser Assembly Writes (or) Burns The Data Onto The CD.

There Are Two Different Kinds Of CD’s That Can Be Written To.

CD-R:- CD-Recordable – Can Only Be Written Once.

CD-RW:- CD-ReWritable -Allows Data To Be Re-Written Multiple Times.

And CD-ROM Hold Approximately 700Mb Of Data

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