Here are some catalog software you could try:Cathyhttp://rvas.webzdarma.cz/
An extremly small, very fast and easy to use media cataloging tool.
You can use it to index files stored on removable media (CD-ROMs, LS120, Iomega Zip and Jaz disks,
or even diskettes), hard disks or net drives, and create searchable catalogs
that can be used without having access to original media. Searching capabilities
are based on file name, date and size. Additional features include filtering options,
search duplicates or singles, customizable date format, etc. Found files can be
opened (executed) or deleted directly, if they are present. Drag&drop support.
Directory trees, MP3 album/song lists can be printed, disk space usage can be investigated.
Single file executable, no install needed.
There is a command-line version of the catalogizer-part of Cathy too
...to automatically catalog CDs and DVDs when they are inserted in the drive... (WinXP only)http://rvas.webzdarma.cz/CathyCmdAutoplay.htmlMaxListerhttp://www.acc.umu.se/~max/
MaxLister lists the entire contents of a drive or aKat-CeDe
directory into a single file. This is especially
useful if you have a large collection of CD-ROMs
to keep track of. You can at a later time browse
the file (in Explorer-like interface), search for
specific filenames or folders. You can import
entries from another file if you happened to
store them separately. MaxLister can also save
the drive image into a plain text file, if you
want to view the drive/dir with any text editor.
is in germanhttp://www.rbsoft.de/Kat-CeDe/kat-cede.html