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Posted By : Algernon of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on November 9, 2004

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On your list of not recomended software, you list both direct cd and incd. I was wondering why, and if there is an alternative drag and drop program that you do recomend. I have used, and was a fan of, direct cd back when I had '98, but HP changed that to HP DLA on my old cd writer that has since developed problems. My new sony DVD RW came with incd, but since I re-loaded my hard drive(too many problems to list & got tired of trying to chase them down) I have not re-installed Incd due to your non-recomendation. However, my wife needs a drag and drop program to keep her digital photos up to date on a backup cd/dvd.

This question was answered on November 9, 2004. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

You can go to this website and download a drag and drop:

Rating : 5 star

Language : English

Price : $0.00

Limitations : No expire limitations

Requirements : Pentium 133, 32MB RAM, 200mb hard drive, IE 4.0 or higher

OS : Win98, ME, NT 3.x, NT 4.x, 2000, XP

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Posted by Algernon of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on November 9, 2004

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