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Burning a CD-R

Even if you judiciously delete old files from time to time, you may still find your hard disk filling up. In such a case, you can copy old files to a CD-R (Compact Disc-Recordable) or CD-RW (Compact Disc-ReWriteable), assuming that you have a drive for one or both of those media installed with your Mac. After you’ve preserved the old files on a CD-R, you can delete those old files from the hard disk to free up space.

NOTE

You can erase CD-RW discs by using Mac OS X Version 10.3’s Disk Utility. The section called “Erasing a Disk” in Chapter 22 describes the process for erasing all types of disks.


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