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UDF Packet Writing over USB with InCD from Nero?

By niagara1234 ·
I want to buy an external USB DVDRW burner
LG GSA-E10L for my notebook IBM ThinkPad 600X,
Pentium III / 500 MHz, 256 MB RAM, USB 1.1.
I have Windows 98, Release 1.

1. Is it possible to use a UDF formatted CDRW ("Packet writing")
with this burner with programm InCD?
(InCD is part of Nero package.)
I already *KNOW* that this burner is able to do "Packet writing".
But this specification is valid for 100%
only for an IDE internal usage of it.
What for USB connection? Does UDF work too?

2. Is it possible to use this burner over USB 1.1
in Windows 98, Release 1?
(If I download all drivers necessary from WWW, etc...)
Speed does not matter.
I do not need DVD burning at the moment.

Thanks a lot for any helpful info!

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Why would you want to do this?

by jenueheightz In reply to UDF Packet Writing over U ...

Why would you want to do this?

I know it convient using a cd without using a burning program. When I did not know any better I did with a few of cd's only to find that they were only useable on the machine I made them.

Incd has a record in the past of not being able to read its own files it creates with other version of the INCD.

If they have fixed this problem good, if not do you intend to use these cd's on other machine? If so I would checkout the machines are able to read the files.

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