You can turn off auto-rebooting under System>Advanced>Startup and Recovery. This may give you a better clue about the error. Probably not. Also disable all the error logging while you're in there as those logs are pretty much useless and can be enormous. The *best* answer, even if it isn't the answer you want to hear, is to stop using these packet writing cd programs altogether. They're very intrusive under the best of circumstances - constantly monitoring the drives and eating up system resources. Uninstall InCD and simply use Nero to erase and burn a regular cdrw. Presumably you're only using cdrws for weekly backups so it really shouldn't take much extra time. P.S. The list has been moved back to Yahoo. >When I use Nero InCD to copy files to a RW Cd >After I have finished and I Eject the CD the Drive Door Opens & Closes >very quickly & the Bloody machine reboots it's self >Machine Specs are >Pentium111 >733CPU >512Mb Ram >Windows XP Pro >LiteOn 48 X 12 X 48 > >As a normal burner it behaves it's self alright it is only when ejecting a >RW Cd >Anyone got any clues as to where I start to try and fix the problem? - Users can unsubscribe from this list by sending email to 24hoursupport-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' in the Subject field OR by logging into the Web interface at http://web.tampabay.rr.com/spider1/24hrsupport.htm.