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Postby sbarg23 on Thu Nov 13, 2003 10:32 pm

I wanted to get the ordinary silver Fuji cdr's but the place where I got them only sold the "Made in Taiwan" 50 packs. So I then decided to get the 50 pack 48x multicolored Fuji's that are made in Japan. These colored cdr's leave very little space for writing on the cd. Could I write on the clear, reflective part on the cdr or am I only allowed to write on the colored portion of the cdr? I ask this because I'm scared that I might mess something up if I write on the noncolored areas.

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Here is a picture of what I'm talking about. The colored area is red while the noncolored areas are anywhere on the top of the CD that is not red.
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Postby CDRecorder on Thu Nov 13, 2003 11:01 pm

It's safer to write on the colored area, but writing on the silver part probably won't cause any problem, at least in a short amount of time. There's no guarantee if this will cause the data to degrade faster after a long period of time, though.

I have some of these colored Fuji discs, and I only write on the colored part.
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