I was wondering whether I may have stumbled upon a list of troublesome devices that need to be somehow special cased by software.
I found a list of what may be troublesome devices in the following key in the Win 2000 registry.
I wonder if each of those devices has to be treated in a special way by software to account for some non-standard implementation by the device?
What is the purpose of that registry key?
If so, this might be the reason why, say, EWR version 220.127.116.11 works with some drives, but EWR 4.* does not. Ditto for InCD.