The CD-R index

March 1997
EMedia Professional;Mar1997, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p34
Academic Journal
Presents an index of compact disc-recordable (CD-R) products. CD-ROM Strategies CD-Arch 2.1; CD-ROM Strategies CD-GEN 2.13; Adaptec CD Creator 1.02.


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