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Old 3rd February 2002, 08:22   #1  |  Link
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Aspi Manager

Hey, Im running windows xp professional and any dvd decrypter program i try and use gives me and aspi manager error and cant detect my dvd drive? what do i need to do?


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follow my guides? read an faq? they both tell you to download forceaspi1.7
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Even DVD Decrypter tells you to download ForceASPI!
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Old 4th February 2002, 00:43   #4  |  Link
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calm down..... it was just a question.....
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grrrumble the rules are there for a reason, read the guides before you ask!
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Calm down guys, force aspi aint as great as it should be. I got force aspi and it said in documentation that it uses adaptec's .dll s. But just to make sure i went to adaptec's site and found the aspi manager and they said "DON'T USE WITH WIN 2000, ME, OR XP!". I knew i had aspi manager before my format of my computer so i looked at my tdk cdrw drive's hoempage and they suggested to get the wnaspi32.dll from Nero's site: http://www.nero.com/download.htm look near the bottom for the wnaspi32.dll and find the right OS one and then copy into Nero's folder (if you use Nero) or copy to the \system32\ folder (mine was C:\WINNT\system32\ ) Now DVD Decrypter works, smart ripper works, nero works, cdda works, u name it, thats it. Good luck rbk.

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Old 8th February 2002, 03:02   #7  |  Link
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Thank you for the reply hades. It helped alot.
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np, man. np. i spent like 3 hours last ngiht trying to figure it out and didn't want ne more people to have to do the same. GL.

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