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Do re writeable disks have a limit to how many times it came be written on ? I can't add data to mine anymore.

Edited by dling

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If it's DVD+RW type,.. you can always erase it and write it again,.. unless you clicked "lock" when you ripped it last time, clicking "Finalize" will not lock the disk, it will close session so it can not be extended without erasing.

Edited by Braegnok

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I must had done that by mistake,hitting the lock and finalize. That sucks. Thanks.

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I don't know. They use to say it on the label, like "10 Time Re-writes!" or something. Even if you finalize a Rewritable you can still blank it out I thought.. Maybe not?

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I use it for keeping my records for truck,lawnmower, aquarium and other things that need updating from time to time. I tried formatting it and it wouldn't do it.

I currently working out of state. Fort Walton beach (sweet) Iwill get a new one when I get home . Then I will find out if its the disk or the burner.

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Hoping to leave tonight. Have been here since Monday. I'm here due to work. Eglin AFB. Its been great. But Im ready to sleep in my own bed.

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Well I was able to wright to the new disk. So I must have done something to the other one. All though the disk is over 10yrs old, maybe it just lost its ability to be written on.

Oh well it's fixed now with a new disk. Thanks for all the input guys.

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