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EAC Detecting drive problems

Discussion in 'Audio' started by ratlsnake, Jun 8, 2003.

  1. ratlsnake

    ratlsnake Member

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    Ive been using EAC for a while, and I have the latest ASPI drivers etc for XP etc etc.

    In other words it was all fne.

    Now a few weeks since I last used it, it wont detect any of my disc drives.

    Ive tried uninstalling and deleting key registries, and still nothing.

    Does anyone know what might be wrong, or how to fix this?

    RATLSNAKE

    PS I havent installed any new software since installing EAC.
     
  2. tigre

    tigre Moderator Staff Member

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    Have you tried Nero ASPI (d/l from http://www.ahead.de, copy the dll to EAC directory and set EAC Options / Interface to "external ASPI")?
     
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    Thanks tigre, your a legend.

    It turned out the seperate file from ahead.de wasn't any good, but I copied the wnaspi32.dll file from my nero directory to my EAC directory, and it all works beautiful.

    My only other problem is that I cannot hear any audio when I playback a track from inside EAC if I am using my DVD=ROM. However if my CDR is selected it does playback audio.

     
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    tigre Moderator Staff Member

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    EAC options -> General -> Use alternate CD play routines
     
  5. ratlsnake

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    thanx so much dude, you seem to be an EAC expert! :)

    RATLSNAKE
     

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