CD-R Disks

Does any one know if I take CD-R disk ( A.K.A. write once CD) I burn something and then run it through a "format" utility (ex. windows) Will I be able to use it again for burning it again a second (and third, and fourth) time?

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The answer is yes if...
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Re: CD-R

But the answer is no in all other cases. Write-once is, you guessed it, write once.


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