Actually, I imagine that any software that allows you toILXLR8B4U said:cd-R'S Work, but as far as nissan says in the owner's manual they don't guarantee it, careful of paper labels also, if you put one in and it don't come out you will have a hard time getting warranty to cover it.....Nissan did this to cover their A**...This is quoted from another thread so dont hang me.....BTW what software are you using to put CDA on a CDRW ?
No, you can definitely put CD Audio on a CDRW. I have an RW with a music CD on it in my bag right now. However, you have to make sure that your CD player can play RWs.stefx said:I don't think CDA (audio) can be put on a CDRW. Only on CDR.
Just to get into geek mode here, as the prior poster has noted,hee1 said:ok..this is more of a computere problem so i may be of a lil help.
The problem with cdrw is that the user doesn't "finalize" the cd so u can keep adding/deteling things from the cd.
Although some after-market CDPs will allow cdrws to run without finalizing it, i highly doubt the stock one will do that. You can still use a cdrw on the altima or ne other car if u finalize the cd..but why would u want to do that when the cdrw is more expensive than regular cdr's? Just save up ur cdrws for ur software backups, etc... and just ur cdrs
most labels are put on crappy and can come up, thus sticking inside, or have little air bubbles that gets stuck..ThurzNite said:wait, so cd labels screw up cdrs?
Not to mention that if you put it on wrong it may imbalance the CD(keep in mind that CDs spin fast). For an example of this rent any CD game from Blockbuster. Those lame heavy barcode labels used to give me heck on an older playstation, because it's motor would have trouble spinning the cd(the labels were often all on one side of the CD, so they were VERY unbalanced). End result? Unreadable CDs.victor said:
most labels are put on crappy and can come up, thus sticking inside, or have little air bubbles that gets stuck..
also, when I put a CD-R in my car with a label, its thicker and the load and eject is slower than non-labeled cDs..
Hey, thanks for the reply.wtse said:I got my new 3.5SE last night and have been burning songs on CD-RWs for my new car. I tried on different burners and CDs from home and office, they work great.