That surely is good news!
Let me point something else out that almost seems too ludicrous to suggest, re: Blank CD-RW discs and InCD 4.x (using Nero 6) not opening. I happened to notice an entry in the Registry at: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Ahead\InCD\UI and for the item: "LaunchOnBlankDisc" that has a value = "C:\Program Files\Ahead\Nero SmartStart\NeroSmartStart.exe" /Drive:%L
However, there is no such directory nor .exe file by that exact name. Rather the directory is "C:\Program Files\Ahead\Nero StartSmart\NeroStartSmart.exe"
Notice the difference between StartSmart and SmartStart, both for the directory name and the .exe file. I did play around and changed the names to coincide in the Registry and then using the default Registry entry changed the names for the Directory and .exe file. However, neither change caused InCD to open when a blank CD-RW was placed in the drive. I'm wondering, of course, if there isn't some other place in the Registry which has a similar conflict in names and this might be, at least, in part a cause for this ongoing problem?
Lastly, is the "%L" a command to "load"? or is it supposed to designate the Driver letter of the burner? or perhaps something totall different? If it is supposed to be the Drive letter, then that too is wrong as my burner is Drive R.