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Mt. Rainier Question? - 1/4/2003 9:43:27 PM   
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I recently upgraded my burner to a Memorex 52x24x52 on my Windows 98SE system. I have read about Mt. Rainier and it looks like a good feature. It is my understanding that Mt. Rainier is simply a new way to packet write to a CDRW. My new drive supports Mt. Rainier.

I have searched extensively and have found only one software, (WriteCD-RW! Pro), that comes out and says it uses the Mt. Rainier method of packet writing.

Am I missing something? Is there any other software that can be used to take advantage of Mt. Rainier? [?]

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RE: Mt. Rainier Question? - 1/4/2003 11:19:23 PM   
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Ahead InCD or BSClip


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RE: Mt. Rainier Question? - 1/5/2003 12:54:53 AM   
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Thanks for the info. I now see where InCD will handle the new standards. Sometimes I get ahead of myself. I was thinking that Mt. Rainier had been out for a while and there would be a lot of programs to handle it.

I have been using Easy CD Creator Plat. It uses DirectCD. When I tried to load the Nero that came with my drive, I had an error message that told me to uninstall DirectCD before continuing. When I couldn't find an uninstall, I found out I would manually have to uninstall by hacking the registery, etc. Also uninstall Music Match Jukesbox.

I also read where a lot of people just have problems with packet writing, although DirectCD has worked pretty good for me.

So I guess I will take a couple of hours and uninstall a few programs and try out InCD.

Thanks again.[|)]


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RE: Mt. Rainier Question? - 1/11/2003 2:07:22 AM   
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The latest version of DirectCD is Mt.Rainier-compatible with drives that support the Mt. Rainier standard so there is no need to uninstall DirectCD to get that support.


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RE: Mt. Rainier Question? - 1/12/2003 4:08:46 AM   
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Thanks. I have already uninstalled Easy CD & Direct CD and I am now using NERO. It works great![^]


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