Isnt it unlimited amount of times??? Unless you mess it up. Does the storage case say how many times? I have a couple of re-writiable and ive writen on them quite afew times over and over again without any problems.. Sorry i cant be much help
I HAVE BEEN USING MY CD-RW FOR A WHILE NOW TO MAKE VCD'S AND I HAVENT HAD ANY PROBLEMS. THEY ONLY THING I HAVE HEARD IS THAT THEY SHOULD LAST AROUND 70years,(IF THATS TRUE OR NOT I DONT KNOW). BUT CHECK YOUR CASE SEE IF MAYBE IT SAYS ON THERE. IF NOT I WOULDNT WORRY ABOUT IT. BECOUSE YOUR SOFTWARE SHOULD TELL YOU IF YOU BURNED THE INFO. TO THE DISK OR NOT.
When you do a 'normal' format (with Cd-r software) of the CD-RW disk, then it writes something in somekind of partition table of the CD that the disk is blank again. That can be done for 999 times. I don't know if it is the same with InCD, since it uses the UDF format instead of the standard ISO-format.