|The only thing I can think of is that InCD wants to default to one drive letter, which is a plus, IMO. |
So you intend to use both at the same time? I never used InCD but used various versions of Roxio packet writers. The downside to packet writers is the time it takes to properly eject the disk if you need to use the drive for something else. If you over ride the default settings and eject without preparing the disk to be read you risk losing the data.
FYI, Drag to disk, which is Roxio's packet writer can work with write once disks. If changes to a file are made it just notes that the old version is no longer available. Of course it can't really erase the file on a CDR/DVDR but the effect is the same for lots less cash. That is why I never used InCD. I have used Nero burning rom.
The idea behind packet writers is to make a quick and easy backup of a file so you are protected. Perhaps you should rethink how you are using InCD.
BTW, I removed your identical post with no responses from the hardware forum.