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    Question Looking for a book

    I am looking for a book on reading/writing cd's and dvd's. I am concerned with a how to as much as anything. I have need of addressing this issue and wish to learn more about it.

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    Do you mean, from within a C++ program? Or how the low-level code works, moving the lasers and adjusting the speed etc?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dwks View Post
    Do you mean, from within a C++ program? Or how the low-level code works, moving the lasers and adjusting the speed etc?
    I am not sure. I probably would like to access the data from within C++ and also try and design a copy program for my own use. I really do not know where to start.

    I do know that I need to address the retreivial and storage of data on a disc.
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