CD-RW Errors

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I have a new TDK VeloCD 16/10/40xa. It came with InCD software for writing to a CD-RW disk. The problem is after using it, I eject the CD using the software and I get a BSOD. I have no idea if the data on the disk is good or not. I upgraded to the newest version of InCD but that didn't help. Is CD-RW not all that, or is InCD a piece of crap?
 

FatBurger

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It wasn't done with the CD, you ejected it too soon.

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Did it say that the disc was "done" already?
Have you used any other burning programs?

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InCD is not as good as PacketCD, InCD only works with CDRW whereas PacketCD is for both CDR-CDRW.

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The light stopped blinking so I assumed it was done. That could be it though since if I don't write anything to the disc and eject I don't get any errors.

Can I use PacketCD? I didn't know what else I could use. InCD is what came with the drive.
 

ycs46241

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try nero burning 5 you can download a demo free
<A HREF="http://download.cnet.com/downloads/0-10078-108-45925.html" target="_new">http://download.cnet.com/downloads/0-10078-108-45925.html</A>
i down loaded and then bought because i have Cequadrent just burn and it doesn't burn everything
 

Arrow

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Most of the time these days, you're going to have to fork out a little more money to buy some decent software.

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"you're going to have to fork out a little more money to buy some decent software."

Or you can just take a weekend trip to China, and pick up every thing you need for under $50 US.

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It only costs $50 to take a weekend trip to China?

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