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That would be the way to do it but may not work for the intended use.If it's for use in a vehicle then the deck would have to be able to read a multi-session disc,which I don't think most vehicle players will do.I may be wrong on this point.

If it's for storage or computer use then no problem.

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My question is is there any way to add MP3 songs to a CD-RW disk that has MP3 songs already on it, but plenty of free space left on it. Thanking you in advance for any solutions to my problem.

Thank you very much REDWAGON and tbrewst for your reply to my question. I will not be using the disks in a vehicle, so very possibly REDWAGONS suggestion may work for me. I will give it a try anyway and see how I make out. Thanks again to both of you.

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I'd throw away the CD/RW disc and start with a new CD-R disk and add your MP3 files to it using "Creator Classic" program. Make sure you don't close the burn and then later if you want, go back and again using Creator Classic, just insert that last burn disk in your drive and then make a "Multi-session" burn again. By not closing the burn each time you can continue to add files to the previous burn as long as you don't exceed the capacity of the disk.

 

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