|1) Whatever CD I put in, access is refused.|
Most of the time I test with a CD that comes with a magazine or with another CD that proved to be OK.
2) I began to try and change aspi drivers, since I noticed Acronis had changed some of these files - at least I believe.
3) The last thing that happened before things went wrong was, I believe, installing Acronis True Image v.8 (... to make a backup of my system...)
I now have these files on my system:
When I run aspi_chk.exe v. "1.00 (006)", a 113 KB program date 21-10-2004 (this is
probably the date of unzipping), from Adaptec, I read:
"ASPI is properly installed and is fully operational.
A total of 4 host adapters is found."
This aspi_chk.exe program is for Win95.
It refers to the four files as being version 4.60 (1021).
When I run aspichk.exe v. "2,0,0,0 (006)", a program dated 11-12-2001, I see
"ASPI is properly installed and fully operational" is greyed,
and only APIX.VXD and WNASPI32.DLL are referred to,
not WINASPI.DLL nor to ASPIENUM.DLL
Again the same version of thes 2 files is mentioned as 4.60.
While gathering information I had a look at
but I haven't found the right solution yet.
What is strange, is that Nero (and probably WinOnCD also) do work.
Apparantly they use their own dll's?
Does it matter that both drives have target-id 1 and LUN 0?