I know there is another thread like this but it's 20 pages long and most of it is almost a year old and Nero still haven't solved the problem so I thought it would be good for people to post what software does work for them with USB2 5.25" Enclosures and Internal drives in here. So people don't have to go through 20 pages to find a solution. I recently bought a Zynet 5.25" USB 2.0 Enclosure and a LG GSA 4163B 16x Multi-Format Internal DVD Burner. I'm in Region 4 (Australia) and I'm trying to burn VCD and SVCD's (they are in .bin/.cue format) to CD-R. I've tried: Nero (it came with the drive), burnatonce (with ProDVD installed correctly), VCDEasy and none of them will do it. The only things I've had a successful burn with are Princo DVD-R's from DVD-9 back-ups using DVD Decypter and DVD Shrink (and burning with DVD Decrypter). I've tried ForceASPI 1.7, ForceASPI 1.8 (which uses the latest Adaptec drivers because the .exe on the official site is a 16-bit application which won't run at all). I've tried the Nero ASPI layer also. I tried changing the name of the Nero ASPI layer and using only ForceASPI 1.7 or ForceASPI 1.8 and it wouldn't burn. Here's the system I'm trying to burn on: Toshiba Satellite 1130 Laptop 1.8ghz Intel Celeron (P4 Based) 1.8Ghz Mobile Processor 256mb DDR Ram Windows XP Pro SP1 (Fully patched and updated) Here is my Zynet 5.25" USB2.0 Enclosure http://www.zynet.com.tw/download/DM/CD-R3.jpg And manual: http://www.zynet.com.tw/download/manual/ee/cdr3u2.htm There is only firmware for it for win98. The burner I have once again is a LG GSA 4163B 16x Super Multi DVD/CD Rewriter. I also upgraded the LG GSA 4163B to the latest Firmware, Version A103. I also have an external 3.5" usb2 hard drive enclosure that runs fine so I already have the enhanced usb2 drivers. It seems like I'm not the only one with this problem. Like I said, I can burn DVD's using DVD Decypter and DVDShrink fine. It's just CD-R's I'm having trouble burning. Oh and don't even suggest installing SP2, that would be the last thing I'd do. My other computer doesn't have the hard disk space (only has a 6.1gb drive) nor the CPU (an AMD K6-2 550) to handle DVD burning so I don't want to install the burner into it. I had some success with CloneCD. I converted .bin/.cue to CloneCD format (.img/.ccd/.sub) with UltraISO 220.127.116.116 opened up CloneCD 18.104.22.168 clicked on "write image to disc" and put the speed at 8x. It did it's thing successfully and my standalone plays it as it should like it has chapters and everything. CloneCD uses it's own ASPI Layer, Elby something so that's probably why it works. It would be good if we had a list of software that does work with External USB2.0 DVD-Writers (firewire too, if that doesn't work either). I know these apparently seem to work: Roxio Easy Media Creator (didn't work for me, but apparently worked for someone else in the other thread) CloneCD (perhaps CloneDVD does too) (worked for me). CopyToDVD (worked for someone else in the other thread). DVD Decrypter + DVDShrink (I was able to copy and burn several large DVD's to DVD-R with this combination. It seems that software that uses it's own ASPI layer and not Nero's seems to work. Some work with the system ASPI layer, some don't. BurnAtOnce uses SPTI but even with ProDVD installed (which it requires for DVD's and doesn't seem to read my DVD Burner without it) it won't burn. I've mentioned this on the burnatonce forums. Which ASPI Layer you people with USB2 Enclosures and Internal drives had the most success with?