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Topic # 8603 14-Jul-2006 09:35
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Hi there, I'm looking for a commandline tool that can erase the DVD. If anyone know of such a tool, please post the link from where I can download it. Cheers

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  Reply # 41123 14-Jul-2006 19:37

http://osswin.sourceforge.net/
here you will be able to find a cd-writing application that uses 'cdrecord'
grab the cdrecord.exe out of the package and use it as you desire!
cdrecord is natively linux software but compiles in cygwin and works very well in windows, i use it instead of nero.




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  Reply # 41134 14-Jul-2006 21:05
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I use NeroCmd.exe which is part of Nero. Using a batch file to run NeroCMD.exe to first erase a DVDRW then to write a directory to the disk.

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