The complete recordable-CD guide
of the major brands of CD-ROMs. Includes information not found in hardware manuals about Windows 3.1 and Windows 95 installations. The enclosed CD contains CD-ROM utilities, demos, specs, resource lists for Internet user groups and CD-ROM manufacturers--plus the entire text and illustrations of the book.
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Putting CD Recorders to Work
Understanding CD Technology
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