It will depend on the burning software if you can "Open a New Session". My NTI Platinum will let me add to an existing CD-R. Some others won't. You'll have to either read the documentation or do a test CD (they're cheap).
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I am very new to all this so please bare with me.. I want to copy some photo's from my Kodak software program.
I know where on there it says to copy to cd, but my question is, when I want to copy photo's or music to a CD and I know that it is only going to take up a very small amount on the cd. Can I put that same cd in and copy more information on there without over writing what is on there? I quess, How do I keep adding to a cd?
Sorry this is not sounding very clear. Thank for any help.