I never really got the hang of storing files to CD-R and CD-RW disks, so eventually gave up and moved on to using flashdrives, which are much simpler to use.
However, my wife and I are now in the process of scanning and saving about 30 years of family photos to my computer, and I'd like to try again learning how to save files to CD-Rs, since that seems to be a much safer, long-tern choice for archiving all our photos than keeping them on my harddrive.
I used to use InCD to store files on CD-RW disks, but eventually stopped because every now and then the CD-RW disks would suddenly claim to be 100% full and stop allowing me to save any more files. Is there a particular version of InCD that is more reliable than others when using Windows XP?
Also, I only used InCD for copying files to CD-RW disks. Is it possible to use InCD for also storing files on CD-R disks? If so, will it allow me to add files bit by bit, or would I have to copy them all in just one session?
I also used Nero a few times with CD-Rs, but couldn't figure out how to save files in more than one session. That meant that I had to save up a big bunch of files to copy all at once, or else waste most of the space on my CD-R disks. There is a free copying progrtam called CD Burner XP that some others have recommedned, but I've never tried it. Will this allow me to save a few photos at a time onto CD-Rs, and then keep adding more in the future, bit by bit?
Edited by hamluis, 13 September 2010 - 10:15 AM.
Moved from XP to All Other Applications ~ Hamluis.