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    I was wondering how many times can you rewrite a rewritable cd.

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    It's probably 100 but I have no idea.

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    Motre than you ever need to probably

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    i think that you can write on them as much as you like.........

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    Originally posted by The Knife Thrower@15 March 2003 - 14:00
    It's probably 100 but I have no idea.
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    I would'nt recommend to many times, depends on how much you value your data on your disk.

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    From what i have read up to 1000 times how ever i hate them cuz when reaches limt the cd is coster and you have lost all your data

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    Who cares how long they last.
    And why use that type of media?
    As cheap as blank CD-Rs are(<1&#036; ea), you can just throw them away(or recycle) as you use them.

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    harrycary where are you buying ur cd-r&#39;s thats expensive??? normaly cd-rs useally equal between 15 to 25 cents a peice...least thats what i useally pay when i buy them in spendles... I don&#39;t use cdrw i normally just make a backup if i don&#39;t need it anymore i just toss it&#33; im alway getting rid of cd-r&#39;s all the time.......its also fun to throw them at people to WOW at that price for a spendle of 100 would be &#036;100 now thats expensive.....thats about the price DVD-rs are now.

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    You can burn stuff on your re-writible an infinate amout of times.

    ... Or at least until they are all old and scratched up and your CD-Rom can&#39;t read even read the damn thing.

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    Freak, I stated less than a dollar.
    Anything under a buck is cheap to me.
    I got a j-o-b.

    And Krackhead2k, you cannot write an infinite amount of time to a CD-RW.
    And it has nothing to do with scratched plastic. Scratches can be polished out. There is a degradation that occurs to the substrate of the media. It just cannot hold it&#39;s "shape" (for lack of a better word) after so many times. Eventually you will have corrupted sectors the just aren&#39;t readable. For that reason, and the aforementioned low cost of CD-Rs, they, are the best alternative when backing-up or saving files.

    No offense intended guys.

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