I know you guys do not like InCd, but I have been using it successfully for a long time, until yesterday. Please could you try to help me with the below if you have a fix for the problem.
I burn to Verbatim DVD-RW. I have successfully used these with my DVD-writer over and over again.
I have been having trouble since yesterday writing to my backup discs using InCd.
Each time I try to add new media to the disc I get the error message â€œCannot copy â€˜said fileâ€™: Files on this CD-ROM drive are read-only. You cannot copy or move files over to this CD-ROM drive.â€
I tried to format the discs using â€˜InCd Formatâ€™ and get the following error: â€œError writing the disc in D:. Please confirm that the disc is compatible with the drive and is not scratched or damagedâ€.
I tried a brand new disc following the above message and got the same error again.
I have successfully updated the firmware of my DVD Writer (LG GSA-4120B) but the same problems remain.
I have removed Nero and InCD from the system entirely (used the InCd clean tool) and then re-installed but the problems remain.
I tried a system restore but that didnâ€™t work.
When I right-click on the DVD drive in â€˜My Computerâ€™ and go to the InCd tab, it says that â€˜MRW writeâ€™ is not supported. I am suspicious this is causing the problems but have no idea how to activate it having looked online. As I said previously, InCd was working with these discs just a few weeks ago, and now I canâ€™t even use brand new discs.
What I CAN still do is: read/open the contents of DVD-RW discs, burn to DVDâ€™s using Nero Express.
The only possible conflict that I can think of is the use of Elby’s CloneCD which I installed a few days ago. It created a virtual drive in ‘My Computer’. I have sine uninstalled this program and used the system restore to a point before I installed it initially.