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Packet writing in windows 98se - 4/23/2003 11:32:44 AM   
advagadza

 

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I have windows 98 se with a 48x12x48x Liton burner.

can any1 help me with these 2 things:

can u use CD-R's with packet writing with inCD? b/c adaptec direct cd (has a new name now) u can.

secondly - if i cant packet write with CD-R's with inCD is there a programme besides the adaptec one which has this feature?

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RE: Packet writing in windows 98se - 4/23/2003 7:33:30 PM   
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InCD never supported it before - and the focus now seems to be on Mt. Rainier support.

http://www.codeproject.com/useritems/UDFCDR.asp
Drat! ATAPI drive not supported - thouigh I found some other writings referring to "my sourcecode on codeproject", which only said a SCSI drive was recommended.

I thought one of the other main ones DLA and B's Clip (though some say InCD is actually a rebranded B's Clip) could do it.

Instant Write (from VOB Instant CD/DVD 6.5 on a recent PC Answers Coverdisk) appears to be able to - the wite-up shows a format with space reserved for ISO conversion.

www.pinnaclesys.com/instantoffer/PCAnswers - registration, and a reader offer of 39.99 for V7
It is the APRIL issue but the next one is probably out by now - sorry cant remember where you were, so this may not be very useful!

edit- and you couldn't be much further away!

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RE: Packet writing in windows 98se - 4/24/2003 4:54:51 PM   
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not sure how much that helped me but thx for replying. i appreciate it

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RE: Packet writing in windows 98se - 4/24/2003 6:39:17 PM   
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Adaptec DirectCD is now ROXIO DirectCD

VOB Instant CD/DVD - is now Pinnacle
http://www.pinnaclesys.com/ProductPage.asp?Product_ID=1152&Langue_ID=7
- which so far, is the only other one I've seen which seems to support Packet format on CD-R media

DirectCD is supplied with Roxio Easy CD Creator, and with Cequadrat/Roxio WinOnCD

The best you can do with the supplied software, is to write multisession from Nero - though you would need to batch-up your writes, as you take a considerable overhead for each session.


Packet on CD-R can be rather tedious anyway - while the session is open for packet writing, it can only be read in a writer with compatible Packet software - in contrast to CD-RW packet, which can be read using a free UDF reader in any drive that supports CD-RW media.

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