Although I don’t normally use InCD, I loaded it in WinXP to prove a point. A blank CD-RW disc was formatted with the CD-MRW format. This Mt. Rainier format, as expected, was very fast.
Upon conclusion of the format, I copied a group of folders and files for test purposes. I then ejected the disc and inserted it into a DVD-ROM on the same machine. The EasyWrite Reader software installation screen came up and the software was installed. After rebooting, the files on the disc were read perfectly. The disc was ejected and loaded into another DVD-ROM drive. The results were the same. The disc contents read quickly and accurately.
The disc was then moved to another machine running Win98 with DirectCD loaded. Autoplay was turned off, and trying to load the reader software directly from the disc resulted in an error. This is probably because the installation software is treated as a download, which can lead to bugs and problems. I installed the standalone EasyWrite Reader software and rebooted. The CD-ROM and DVD-ROM on this machine read the discs perfectly.
My conclusion is that that your problem is probably a user error caused by improper ejection of the disc. When the disc is originally ejected from the burner, it must be done by right clicking on the InCD tray icon. When this software eject is done, a dialog appears that warns that track and session information must be written before the disc is ejected, and that this operation may take up to one minute. This information is basically a TOC necessary for a CD-ROM to read the files. An originating burner will have the ability to read packet written files that may not be described adequately for reading by a CD-ROM.
I would suggest that you start over again and reformat the disc. Pay close attention to the ejection process after files are copied. Use the tray icon to eject the disc by software only and wait until the track and session information is complete which may take up to a minute after the request for ejection. Try the CD-ROM’s again and see if they are able to read as expected.