A friend has INCD 188.8.131.52 installed on a laptop which has an inbuilt dvd rewriter/ram drive that supports just -format and ram, and an external usb dvd writer that does the + format only.
He’s just popped in a -rw disc in to the -format drive built in to the laptop and the disc is found but incd says that it is blank and you can’t browse the files on it. So he tried it in the +format drive and the files are there to be viewed and opened (incd obviously comes up with the message that it won’t be able to write to the -rw in the +drive) but you can view the files ok.
Why is this and can it be fixed, the -rw disc was obviously formatted by incd using the -drive in the laptop and working as that is the only drive he has that can write to a -disc.
There could be a chance that the drive was formatted and used with the version of incd that came with nero6 - incd4 i think. But if this is the problem how come the external usb +drive can read it?
I though maybe incd doesn’t like having 2 drives on a system and you have to select 1 drive that it will work with, and he’s told it to work with the external +drive.
If so is there anywhere you can tell incd to use the inbuilt drive and not the external one?
I’ve tried the laptop without the external usb drive connected.
All other Nero functions of making dvds and data discs work with both drives.