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Is it possible to put the winaspi32.dll in the same directory as ImgBurn.exe and select it from tools>settings>i/o? Or does aspi needs to be fully installed in the system?

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As far as I'm aware it should work but I might be just having a blonde moment. I have to ask why you'd want to though. The native driver for win2k/XP (SPTI) works just fine. The ElbyCDIO.device (available with the demo version of CloneDVD) is a good alternative if things aren't working properly using SPTI. What seems to be the problem?

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As far as I'm aware it should work but I might be just having a blonde moment. I have to ask why you'd want to though. The native driver for win2k/XP (SPTI) works just fine. The ElbyCDIO.device (available with the demo version of CloneDVD) is a good alternative if things aren't working properly using SPTI. What seems to be the problem?

 

No problem but imgburn has an is an option to use an aspi and I like to experiment :D

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Ah! A tweaker! LOL!! :lol:

 

Seriously though, ASPI is mainly there for compatibility with 98/Me. Stick with SPTI (or ElbyCDIO or Patin-Couffin) for reliability.

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