Discussion in 'QnA (read only)' started by Akhil Jain, May 22, 2005.
What is the diference between CD+R & CD-R?
both r same
may b One is +ve and one is -ve..........
what a question is it ?
Dude, how did u make up such a query ? There is nothing as CD+R.
Its only CD-R which means a device that slots into or attaches externally to a computer. It is a CD-ROM drive that allows the creation or "burning" of Compact Discs. It also plays traditional audio CDs and will read data CDs.
CD-R simply means compact disc - recordable.
you can burn that disc with softwares/songs etc.
there's no CD+R concept.
THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS CD+R & CD - R !!!!!!!
cd-r means CD recordable!!!
THERE IS DVD+Rw & DVD-Rw wich is also written like this DVD+RW/-RW !!!!
WHICH MEANS IT CAN BURN BOTH SINGLE LAYERED DVD's AS WELL AS DOUBLE Layered DVD's re-recordables & remove the "W" AND it becomeS RECORDABLES !!!!
hey u ppl know its kinda mutation i think. evolution of cd-r's. Just kiddin'
I DON'T KNOW Y CAN'T PPL JUST USE GOOGLE TO CLEAR THEIR DOUBTS !!!! ITZ FREE !!!!
Well King_Niral..........Geez i wonder why you joined this forum then. I was under the impression that the digit forum was for people (beginners/pros alike) to get/give info on tech issues..Boy Was i mistaken
HEY I JOINED TO HELP THE LIKES OF U !!!!
COZ IF U DONT THINK UR DIGIT-AL u don't have a right to be HERE !!! U GOTTA KNOW UR THE BEST !!! AN BEFORE POSTING JUST DO A LITTLE BIT OF RESEARCH !!! ITS ALWAYS HELPFUL !!!!
U'LL LEARN !!!!
hmm i have been watching this thread for a while
and i see flames being thrown at a guy
whats the problem if you feel it so annoying
just dont reply to the post and waste your time as well as others
please do not keep suggesting google to everybody
everybody knows google and if google was so problem solving
then we would have no posts here at all
he wanted some information yu know about it
post otherwise dont thats it
this forum is meant to help people,sort out thier queries
you dont want to dont spoil the thread with unnececary posts
and yes hope you find your caps lock key
well techno_funky i wanna say that
I Certainly Agree With u. u r absolutely correct.
i also agree with you
GOOGLE is not the solution for all !
well google is not problem solver ..but it can be used as a Aid to find more info..about the problem...
well Google can be the solution provided you know how to use it ..many pple dont know that thats why we have Digit forum for them
HELP ME I HAVE NOT CLEARED MY DOUBTS YET
rosalol(rotating on same axis....) man, there is nothing such as a CD+R. There exists only CD-R on which you can record only one time(if you don't use multiple sessions)
Let me try. Others have already pointed out that the R stands for 'recordable'. The - sign in CD-R does not stand for 'minus', it's a hyphen. Therefore there is no corresponding + type of CD.
Some people or manufacturer may have used the + sign for reasons of their own (such as a marketing ploy), but it's not a standard term for any particular type of CD. It could also simply be a typographical error.
May I know who are they who market CD-R as CD+R?? They can not change the technical name and have to mention somewhere in the package that its a CD-R capable of being written at such and such speed.
I don't know of any manufacturer that actually uses the term CD+R. What I said was that some mfr "may" have used it, meaning that Akhil might have seen it written as CD+R by some manufacturer as a marketing gimmick. I also said that it could simply be a typo.
Separate names with a comma.