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Gyro is correct. Once a CD-R has been written to, and finalized, it can no longer be written to. A CD-RW can be written to, erased, and written to many times, but some players don't seem to recognize CD-RW's.
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If you were the creator of the original CD,and did not "close" the CD, most applications will allow for "multiple sessions" so that you can add files. You will not be able to erase or modify existing files, since these are protected by the very process of burning to the R-CD.
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