A technology that speeds the copying of information from main memory to CD-ROM
. The conventional process for copying to CD-ROM, called magnetic-optico (MO)
technology, requires that the disk pass at least twice under the head -- once for erasing and once for copying (also called writing). LIMDOW modulates
the laser's intensity for both processes to complete the writing in a single rotation.
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