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InCD v4.3.23.2

Commercial demo
Win2k / Win98 / WinME / WinNT / WinXP
InCD is an integrated packet writing solution that has the most stability, ease of use, and compatibility, across all Windows operating systems. Packet writing is the method of writing data in small increments (by packets) onto a rewritable media. InCD is made by Ahead Softare and it's the ideal partner for Nero Burning ROM.

Automatically launched when Windows is booted, InCD provides flexible drive letter access to the CD-RW, CD-MRW, DVD RW, DVD-RW or DVD MRW drive providing simple drag and drop or direct save options within applications. Files can be saved, renamed and deleted, just as with other rewritable storage mediums such as floppy or hard disk. InCD is fully compliant with the UDF 1.50 standard in legacy mode and UDF 1.02 for MRW.

InCD works exclusively with rewriteable medias (CD-RW, CD-MRW, DVD-RW, DVD RW or DVD MRW). Medias which can only be written once cannot be written using InCD.

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License type Commercial demo1
Author's homepage Visit the author's site
Date added 30 Mar 2006
Downloads 101,841
File size 10.21 MB (< 2min @ 1Mbps)
Operating systems Win2k / Win98 / WinME / WinNT / WinXP1

1License and operating system information is based on latest version of the software.

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jocaan
Inactive
InCD v4.3.23.2

I'm having all sort of problems with InCD formating and InCD does not bring up a screen page when I want to copy something. Its awful. I get so many strange contrdictory messges I try to forget them because of their non-relatedness.
Last error message I got is : "InCD has detected that the drive recording settings have changed and that the new settings might affect InCD’s writing performance." This is the first time in two months I got this. Do not have any idea where in Windows XP I am to go to address this issue.
Frank C.

InCD v4.3.14.1

Replaced my Philips DVD recorder with an internal IO Magic, and external USB IO Magic recorder. The only thing magic about those drives would be if they actually worked with Incd and Windows XP. I've tried all the hoxfixes from the MS page, and numerious other attempts to enhance the system with no luck. Under heavy network or hard disk to DVD transfers, constantly get the now infamous "delayed write failed" error, or "were sorry, but Incd had to shutdown" error. It's probably a MS issue, but that isn't my problem. The old drive and Direct CD worked fine on the same system. Both drives, and the HS USB card are going back to Staples tomorrow. Buy it if you like to waste time thinking you can make something work that doesn't and rebooting your system 15 times a night to find out changes didn't have any effect. Think I've worn out my reset button. Poor package, shouldn't be sold at this stage of developement.

InCD v4.3.14.1

Replaced my Philips DVD recorder with an internal IO Magic, and external USB IO Magic recorder. The only thing magic about those drives would be if they actually worked with Incd and Windows XP. I've tried all the hoxfixes from the MS page, and numerious other attempts to enhance the system with no luck. Under heavy network or hard disk to DVD transfers, constantly get the now infamous "delayed write failed" error, or "were sorry, but Incd had to shutdown" error. It's probably a MS issue, but that isn't my problem. The old drive and Direct CD worked fine on the same system. Both drives, and the HS USB card are going back to Staples tomorrow. Buy it if you like to waste time thinking you can make something work that doesn't and rebooting your system 15 times a night to find out changes didn't have any effect. Think I've worn out my reset button. Poor package, shouldn't be sold at this stage of developement.

InCD v4.3.14.1

well, i hate this thing so much i actually made an account just to say that it reems walrus..id much rather be a giant apes raping toy then have the trouble of getting rid of this laggy piece...anyway it sucks

InCD v4.3.14.1

I used to have lots of trouble with InCD, but now I have version 4.3.20.1 AND I have installed their Reader (InCD4Reader.exe). And it now works flawlessly on my W2000 system!
It's almost as good as Adaptec's DirectCD used to be (but which unfortunately is not supported anymore and does not work on newer drivers).