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Nero InCd 4.0.1.7 - 7/17/2003 9:52:16 AM   
Portsoy

 

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Hi

I am using using the following system:

Windows Me
Liteon LTR-32125W (Latest Available Firmware)Slave on Secondary
512MB PC133 SDRAM
13GB Hard Drive 10GB Free


I am getting the follow Error Message when try to Format a blank CDRW:

Error writing the disc in :\ Please confirm that the disc is compatible with the drive and is not scratched or damaged.

I have tried 3 different discs
1 x Liteon CD-RW74 4x-12x (came with the drive brand new)
1 x Intenso 80Min 4x-12x (Brand New)
1 x Intenso 74Min 2x-4x (Previously used with InCd Version 3, but erased with Nero prior to try a format with InCd version 4.0.1.7)

What is happening as this drive was working with previous versions of InCd which have now been over written in the upgrade to 4.0.1.7

I am also using the Latest version of Nero 5.5 and all ASPI layer driver are installed both Nero and System

Thanks

Karl

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RE: Nero InCd 4.0.1.7 - 7/17/2003 6:08:48 PM   
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Please read other threads in this forum, where links to previous versions of this "suspect" software are being posted.


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RE: Nero InCd 4.0.1.7 - 7/17/2003 10:06:35 PM   
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Likely a problem of InCD 4. I recommand to use InCD 3.5 until we fixed the error. I will try to keep you inform here of the availability of the fixed version.


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RE: Nero InCd 4.0.1.7 - 7/23/2003 2:08:59 AM   
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After a crash on my computer caused by BSPlayer InCD stopped working properly. Every time I try to add file to any CD-RW it diplays:
quote:
Cannot copy the file: Files on this CD-ROM drive are read-only.You cannot move or copy files over to this CD-ROM drive.


In the Properties under InCD tab it has the follwing:
quote:
MRW disk
UDF v1.02
This device cannot write to the currently inserted disk. For writing please choose a write-capable drive and a compatible disk type.


I try to re-install InCD but it did not help at all.

I've got LiteON LTR-40125S, WinXP SP1 and InCD 4017. Everything has been fine until today. What can it be?

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RE: Nero InCd 4.0.1.7 - 7/23/2003 2:01:03 PM   
dburg

 

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The problem seems to be that InCD was writting during the crash thus the filesystem integrity is corrupted. The unclosed volume is detected at mount time and InCD reject to mount it read-write. You should copy the data on your disc to the hard disk, check that they are valid, then re-format your disc using quick-format.


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RE: Nero InCd 4.0.1.7 - 7/23/2003 2:11:19 PM   
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I was not writing during the crash, however the disk might be in the drive. Anyway I tried another volume and the situation is the same. The fact that I can write to the disk when InCD is not installed makes me think that it is a problem with InCD.

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RE: Nero InCd 4.0.1.7 - 7/23/2003 3:08:57 PM   
dburg

 

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?? But is your CD-RW blank, UDF or ISO or something else?


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RE: Nero InCd 4.0.1.7 - 7/23/2003 3:18:31 PM   
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No, no. It is not blank. I use it for archive. So it's got plenty staff on it, which I can read and copy to my HD without any problem. It is UDF formatted. I have not had any problems before, but after this irrelevant crash, you know, it is impossible to write on any of two my CDRW disks. And what is the most peculiar thing, InCD does not recognise my drive as a writing one. Something went wrong after the crash either with InCD (but I uninstalled it and installed again) or my CDR drive software (but it is ok, I checked). It drives me crazy...

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RE: Nero InCd 4.0.1.7 - 7/23/2003 4:43:00 PM   
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I've just installed ver. 3.20.1 which came with my CDRW drive and it works fine. Unfortunately I cannot find ver. 3.5 since it is not available at Nero site [:(!]

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RE: Nero InCd 4.0.1.7 - 7/23/2003 5:10:45 PM   
dburg

 

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Go to InCD download page then select "Updates until v 3.5" instead of Program.

I'm sorry but I see no obvious reason why InCD 4 could go wrong such a way, and reproducing the problem you had seems possible only with bad luck (maybe we need to recruit a tester with extreme bad luck ).


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email: dburg@nero.com
http://www.nero.com

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RE: Nero InCd 4.0.1.7 - 7/23/2003 5:43:13 PM   
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Thanks Dave. Download did not work yesterday, but now it does.

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RE: Nero InCd 4.0.1.7 - 7/24/2003 5:52:28 PM   
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Hello,

I had and have still the same trouble.

Last month I bought a new notebook. In The Windows XP Home version 2002 is an obstruction that let me not use InCD v 4.1.0.
I spent almost 18 hours trying to let InCD work. In the end I was wondering what on earth I could be doing wrong and became quite desperate. But after a contact with the consumer service of the producer of my notebook I understood that Windows today has a contract with Roxio for using a simplified version of DirectCD. That simpified version uses a step between in the burnig schedule. So file synchronisation whith a directory on the hard disk and a CDRW is not possible.
It seems that Windows does not allow his users to use InCD. There is a mayor software conflict between Windows DirectCD and Nero InCD and I also donít know how to let InCD work.



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RE: Nero InCd 4.0.1.7 - 7/24/2003 8:25:56 PM   
dburg

 

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Well, it is true that Roxio designed for Microsoft the burning engine integrated into Windows XP (both Pro and home). As far as I know it is quite different from DirectCD as DirectCD is a packet-writing application and the burning engine of XP is a CD-master application (like EasyCD but integrated into the Windows Explorer).

Although, InCD 4 have been designed so it should try to cohabit as best as possible with this XP burning engine. In our QA lab tests, as well as reported by various end-users or drive manufacturers, InCD 4 is working on Windows XP Home. As you seems to be less lucky, I advise to provide more information about your problem. What is your hardware? What do happen that seem wrong to you when you install InCD 4? Is the InCD 4 icon visible in the task bar after installation of InCD? Are you able to open InCD format dialog on a RW media using the context-menu of the device where the media is inserted?


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Nero AG
Im Stoeckmaedle 18
76307 Karlsbad
Germany

fax: +49 (0)7248 928 299

email: dburg@nero.com
http://www.nero.com

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RE: Nero InCd 4.0.1.7 - 7/25/2003 3:48:31 AM   
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I`m using WinMe/98 and LG GCE-8320B CD-RW. Until yesterday I wasn`t having any problems with casual burning. Yesterday I upgraded to Nero 5.5.10.42 and InCD 4.0.1.7, and now am having all sorts of problems as well.
I started recieving an error preventing me from entering Nero reading there is a winaspi.dll error. I cleared that up with the help of Mp3Mogul, but unfortunately now my Device Manager doesn`t even register my Cd-r drive. I`ve tested with a boot disk and its not a hardware problem. The system seems to acknowledge the cd-rom drive until windows itself opens where as I don`t even have a drive available to check. Add/Remove doesn`t even find that there is device missing.
Wondering if too many more people are having similar issues since the upgrade. [V]

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