I use Genericode, but mainly the DOS versions. Sometimes I will use Insticode. But off the top of my head I can't think of anything that Insticode will do that Genericode can't do.
As long as it has the code series of what you are looking for in the software. It should give you the actual cuts to the code you are looking for. You can also reverse it by putting in the known cuts and let it give you the other possibilities.
It's been a while since I had to print an HPC card, but I'm almost certain that both programs (genericode/insticode) can print them.
Anyway, the main reason I use the DOS versions is simply because I am used to it, and trying to use a the touch pad that I have on this computer is a pain when I can fly through the options the old way.
So either you are missing something, or it doesn't have the bitting info for the code series you are looking for.