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Hi Everyone,

Well, in the midst of trying out a new CD rip/database demo (which was not able to recognize ANY CD I inserted into the CD-ROM), the following appeared on my screen:

CDRip.dll Error

Native NT SCSI access not supported by the OS, you have to install the ASPI Drivers, see CDex FAQ/Help file for more info.


and then............

ERROR

The ASPI (Advenced SCSI Program Interface) may not been set up properly. The program can't run!


I understand that there is something missing that the system needs, but where do I find exactly what it's missing?

THANK YOU!!!!!!!! ~Laughter
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Microsoft say call Adaptec

http://support.micro...kb;en-us;182542

http://ask.adaptec.c...p?&p_faqid=4945
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Hi Keith,

Thank you for the information and links. I did download some helpful drivers and the system responded "favorably." :tazz: However......

The only thing that is appearing when I go to open the one program that rips and stores CD information is:

"ASPI for Win32 is not installed correctly" and it's repeated three times.....

followed by:

"The ASPI (Advanced SCSI Program Interface) may not been set up properly. The program can't run!"

So, the good news is that some of the issue has been resolved, but this other stuff is still there. I tried to do a search for "ASPI for Win32" and it's a bit too confusing for me to figure out where I can get that file. I saw it listed at some questionable websites, costing $80.00 and so on! LOL It was then that I knew it was time to post again!!!

Thanks in advance for your help!!!! ~Laughter
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Do you have latest DirectX

Go here for wnaspi driver

http://www.dll-files....shtml?wnaspi32

Here for winaspi32

http://www.dll-files...shtml?winaspi32

Nero have a version if you use that

http://ww2.nero.com/...ASPI32.DLL.html
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