Welcome to CDR-Info, dburg!
And since you asked for it, here is your first bug report.
Problem: InCD doesn't autoplay when a blank disc is inserted
For my burner drive F: (with Autorun on), Explorer | Properties | Autoplay: Blank CD has `Autorun empty CD using InCD', and `Launch InCD when blank disc inserted' is checked in InCD Options.
After rebooting, when I insert a blank disc for the first time, nothing happens. However, when I next right-click on my burner's drive F: in Explorer, select `Properties' and then `Cancel' on the first 'General' tab, Autoplay starts working: after inserting a blank disc, I get the `Format F:\' window! Further, Autoplay continues to work until the next rebooting.
Thus apparently some Autoplay properties aren't initialized properly until Explorer is forced to `look closer' at the drive.
I have Windows CD recording disabled and the IMAPI service set to manual. Ahead should clarify whether these two settings are relevant for InCD.
Details of my hardware and software environment:
InCD 184.108.40.206, Nero 220.127.116.11, XP SP1, no other burning software, no additional ASPI layer, Autorun on for the burner; Lite-On LTR-48125W VS0D in an external IEEE 1394 (FireWire) enclosure with the Oxford bridge OXFW911 (ME-320F from www.welland.com.tw)
connected to the FireWire port of Dell Latitude C840; Nero InfoTool report, error.log and srverror.log don't show anything interesting, and hence are omitted.