Although I've never tried this (had no need), here is a hack that may work for you.
You may try removing the InCD entry from your registry at
(export this key first in case you want to retrieve it later).
When needed, run InCD.exe from C:\Program Files\ahead\InCD; later you may kill InCD.exe via Task Manager (Ctrl+Alt+Del).
This procedure is not recommended in general, since it doesn't prevent various InCD-associated services from running.
If you have system crashes at bootup, they could be due to conflicts between InCD and other burning programs. For general troubleshooting, see http://club.cdfreaks.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=60163
If you want help in your particular case, you should start a separate thread and provide more details about your hardware and software.
Anyway, tell us if the above hack works for you.[?]