The softare has been updated and the name was changed. the program still does the same thing. InCD reader is a program for non xp computers (OS’s that do not have the native capability to read UDF packet written CD’s).
I have a laptop with Windows ME. Doesnt ME support UDF (possibly a very early revision)? InCD reader on that laptop made DVD-Rs unreadable. Also the InCD writer tray icon often disappears, apparently the program displaying it crashes. Manual restart works, though. Well, I uninstalled all of them again. They do not appear to be reliable to me I tried the demo versions of 18.104.22.168 and .6, but I think Ill go back to 5.5.
Well, I did all of these and InCD still makes DVD-R unreadable. And InCD also crashes/disappears in Windows XP (IMAPI services are disabled). I am looking for another UDF reader and writer software.
Getting rid of ME on that laptop is an option I already considered, but XP on it is impossible. Win98SE is not a great idea as well, leaves Win2k which I would have to test. With 192MB ram and just 600Mhz I just fear 2k will be too slow to play xvid/divx movies on it, which is the only use of windoze on the laptop besides playing DVDs and writing CDs sometimes.
I guess I will try to go back to an earlier Nero/InCD version or use Linux for writing only, as it never gave me any problems. While ME may be a POS (I know), it does not appear acceptable to me to do some OS reinstall just to be able to access UDF cds.