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how i can install force aspi or win aspi?

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by windshield, Aug 1, 2006.

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  1. windshield

    windshield Thread Starter

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    how i can install force aspi or win aspi?this because i have problems burning movies with nero 7.i use the aspi check but the program dont find the aspi installations.what is the mistake?there are something usefull to always burn the right way?some tips are welcome.thanks for the attention.
     
  2. mike5532g

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    I'm using Nero 6, but if you run the Nero InfoTool and click the aspi tab you should see if Nero's aspi is installed and working properly. If not download the wnaspi32.dll Nero Driver and install.

    If it still doesn't work, I'd try reinstalling Nero. Use Nero's Nero 7 cleantool. Then restart and reinstall.



    If you still wish to install Force ASPI, here's a link. ForceASPI v1.7

    " I recommend using ForceASPI this way:

    * Run dumpASPI to backup your current ASPI layer
    * Run instASPI to install the new ASPI layer
    * Reboot
    * Run aspichk to see if everything worked OK
    * Some people report better success by running killASPI before running instASPI when newer ASPI drivers (such as v4.71.2) have been installed."
     
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