I've used direct CD 3 for a few years now to compile my CDs.
But cause i've got a new liteon 40x, directcd is'nt compatible anymore (not recognise Drive). So i've been forced to use nero instead.
i tried to use nero to do data compilations which was fine,
but i found that i could not ( did not know) how to delete files
from the newly created CDr. Advise welcomed.
So I read somewhere that INCD does this, so i loaded and used it.
It was ok, similar to adaptec, but why do you have to use CD-RW discs, when adaptec uses CDr ??(cheaper and faster to write to).
I therefore found adaptec better than incd because :-
- formatting new cdr is quick(er)
- uses CDr disks
- can eject the cd from tray on the fly (press eject button)
- CDr can be used in any computer, whereas INCD has to have
somthing installed on a computer to read the CDRW (correct me if i'm wrong please - i'm hoping i am
INCD good features :-
- when you eject from menu cd converted for use in another cd drive on same computer automatically(?)
- Am i missing any other notable features ??
Also are there any better packet writing software available and why.
Please post your comments and opinions/advice as i still new to nero/INCD. I just miss adaptecs simplicity.
thanks for reading/replying