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EasyWrite Reader questions

Postby Pilgrim on Thu Apr 14, 2005 12:19 pm

1) What is the current available version of EWR?

2) Where can it be downloaded? This is one of the most difficult items to find on Nero's website, IMHO.

3) I was under the impression that InCD 4.3.11.1 included EWR and thus you didn't have to install EWR as a separate application on those systems whose drives don't have Mt. Rainier capability? From my experience, this is not the case and EWR must be installed even on a system that is running Nero 6.6006, InCD 4.3.11.1, but has an older drive that doesn't support Mt. Rainier to be able to read CD-RW disks that have been formatted with Mt. Rainier.
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Postby Han on Fri Apr 15, 2005 5:36 pm

1) 4.0.0.19

2) ftp://ftp2.de.nero.com/EasyWriteReader4.exe

3) Well, you've figured it out EWR should be installed separately... :-?
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Postby dburg on Wed Apr 20, 2005 6:52 am

EWR has being replaced by InCD Reader which latest version is 4.3.11.1 available at: http://ww2.nero.com/us/InCD_4_Reader.html

This reader includes both UDF reading (1.02 to 2.50) and CD/DVD MRW remapping for all Windows versions.
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Postby Pilgrim on Wed Apr 20, 2005 9:14 am

Thanks....... I'll have to give this a try later on this afternoon on a fairly new E-Machine with a 1 year old Asus burner (52x32x52 and MRW capable) that has Nero Express and InCD 4.3.11.1 and EasyWrite Reader 4.0019 installed and still can't read my CD-RW discs.

Of course, now that InCD Reader has grown to 2.92 megs, it will have to be burned to a CDR in order to use it on other machines, which this program was specifically designed for. The older versions of EasyWrite Reader were small enough to put on a floppy at 920KB which was convenient.
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Postby dburg on Thu May 26, 2005 3:35 pm

Hopefully end-user will soon stop requesting 9x/Me support and we will be able to shrink the installer size again to fit a floppy... or the GAA zone of a MRW disc (the zone readable by all drives).
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Postby dodecahedron on Thu May 26, 2005 4:12 pm

why not provide the users with downloads of versions of EWR for each OS ? if you know on what OS you're going to need the EWR then you don't need the huge file.
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