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Backup to DVD has become increasingly common due to mature technology and cheap DVD burners, this is why the backup to DVD method is so popular (and with the release of Blu-ray discs, which basically have the same physical dimensions as standard DVDs and CDs, backing up to DVD will become one of the most used backup methods).
This article shows you how to erase the CD/DVD/Blu-ray using Backup4all. The Erase CD/DVD/Blu-ray window can be opened from the File->Tools->Erase Disc menu item.
Backup4all does not need third party drivers or other cd burning software or dvd burning software installed (like ActiveX, ASPI, etc) to be able to burn a CD or to burn a DVD. The application has a built in CD, DVD and Blu-ray burner to backup to CD, DVD or Blu-ray discs directly.
This article applies to previous versions of Backup4all. It does not apply to version 5. If you do not wish to use the built-in burner of Backup4all or your CD/DVD device is not compatible with Backup4all, you can use third party packet writing software. Packet writing software can write only to CD-RW, DVD-RW or DVD+RW if the disks are formatted using the Universal Data Format (UDF) file system.
Backup4all does not need third party drivers or other burning software installed to be able to write a backup to DVD because it has its own built-in DVD burners to backup directly to DVD. Furthermore, Backup4all can back up to most CD and DVD formats, including the new Blu-ray and HD-DVD (discontinued) discs.
Backup software guide that explains what features a good backup program should have and also gives details on how to choose the best backup softwares to protect your important data.