How Can I Delete the Files in the DVD+RW Disc

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    How Can I Delete the Files in the DVD+RW Disc

    I cannot delete the files in the DVD+RW disc. Any help?
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    What is the error are you getting? Instead of deleting the files, try formatting by right clicking on the Disc Icon in explorer and going to format.
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    DeriLoko3 said: View Post
    I cannot delete the files in the DVD+RW disc. Any help?
    If you download Nero Burning ROM, it has an option to "ERASE" the DVD+RW
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    That is odd. I do not have the option to format a DVD+RW disc, if the DVD+RW disc has the files.

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