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I took them off another XP Home computer, my daughter's Gateway laptop. Thread Tools Search this Thread 14-03-2006, 00:27 #1 Carmen Queasy Forum Member Join Date: Oct 2004 Location: Middesbrough (via Manchester) Posts: 37,343 Power DVD - "ASPI for Windows not DVD playback isn't working - gives error "80900004 - ASPI for windows is not supported - Only a 32-bit CD-ROM driver is supported. I believe that is a pretty authoritative site for anything pertaining to burning. http://ismymailsecure.com/powerdvd-error/powerdvd-error-101.html

One of the tools available from within it is a system configuration tool which allows you to control startup items which might be useful. But then I extracted the 4 ME files that have to do with ASPI from the ME Cabinets, and copied them into the proper directories. I can't see any DOS drivers for that or for my previous CD-Rom drive - not on the autoexec or config, and unfortunately I cannot seem to find anything that suggests Or better yet, if you haven't already done so, upgrade to SP2. http://www.tsstodd.com/eng/support/av/?FunctionValue=view&no=40&SearchWord=&SearchMode=&category=1&subt=&PageNumber=13&getnumber=39&RecordCount=121

Please make sure a 32-bit CD-ROM driver is installed." i would think that error means it doesn't want to use aspi, it wants to use a non aspi driver for the Ask the Digital Spy team TV Broadcasting TV Shows: UK Eurovision Song Contest TV Shows: US Reality So then I tried to do similar steps with my XP Home and the files for that, as another program, CD COPY, was telling me ASPI not Initialized.

Tony Top Login or register to post comments January 14, 2002 - 21:52 #2 Anthony Offline Joined: Apr 7 1999 Many thanks for the quick reply. Device: ASUS DVD-ROM E608 [1:0:0] Reason: Failed to get Varient." LIGHTNING UK!16th November 2001, 01:54lol :-) Your system is screwed! This fixed the problem. Error: ASPI Manager was not found on system.

Have a good one, Scooter smiller66717th November 2001, 16:22I have seen a similar report on another board: on a dual-boot system with an Asus E608 DVD (the drive is RPC-1 even Tony Top Login or register to post comments January 15, 2002 - 14:48 #5 Anthony Offline Joined: Apr 7 1999 sepulcre - thanks for the link, but no joy. But it didn't help on my XP Desktop. http://www.cyberlink.com/support/product-faq-content.do?id=1291 Unable to play disc." What can I do?

any ideas? Did you try ForceASPI (http://radified.com/ASPI/forceaspi.htm)? The time now is 10:28. -- Digital Spy -- Mobile Forums DIGITAL SPY, PART OF THE HEARST UK ENTERTAINMENT NETWORK © 2015 Hearst Magazines UK is the trading name of the Any help is appreciated!

Home » Forums » DVdoctor.forums » Shiny discs - VCD to Blu ray PowerDVD - ASPI for Windows not available/no host adapters? http://www.dvforums.com/forums/powerdvd-aspi-windows-not-availableno-host-adapters Strange as the chipset is quite old so XP should have it's drivers out of the box. I think it finally showed up with SP1. Qui-Gon John06-23-06, 06:13 AMForce ASPI fixed my Win XP problem.

All rights reserved. http://ismymailsecure.com/powerdvd-error/powerdvd-error-0107.html When I open DVD Decrypter, my error message is: ASPI initialisation failed! Anyone else have this? downhill06-17-06, 10:02 PMI"m not positive but I don't think that an ASPI layer came with XP.

Could any remnants of these files be causing the problem, and if so where would I find them on my system to clean them up? SpeedGuide.net Broadband Community > General Discussions > Software Forum > ASPI for Windows ME/Power DVD Problem PDA View Full Version : ASPI for Windows ME/Power DVD Problem Qui-Gon I get the message: "An unexpected copy protection error has occurred. http://ismymailsecure.com/powerdvd-error/powerdvd-error-in-the-dll.html Please make sure 32-bit CD-ROM driver installed. ...but they are installed!

But then I extracted the 4 ME files that have to do with ASPI from the ME Cabinets, and copied them into the proper directories. Can you see/access the files on a DVD from windows explorer etc? ghettoside06-18-06, 02:09 AMI"m not positive but I don't think that an ASPI layer came with XP.

Since you were able to install the Adaptec ASPI layer (which normally won't install unless you have suitable Adaptec hardware or software on the system), do you have Adaptec CD writing

When I installed it everything was back to normal. So then I tried to do similar steps with my XP Home and the files for that, as another program, CD COPY, was telling me ASPI not Initialized. I think it finally showed up with SP1. Carmen Queasy View Public Profile Find More Posts by Carmen Queasy 14-03-2006, 02:59 #3 Carmen Queasy Forum Member Join Date: Oct 2004 Location: Middesbrough (via Manchester) Posts: 37,343 Nevermind,

I've never had it before, but yesterday I tried to play a CD+ (basically an Audio CD with a multimedia section) and I got a similar error. Another way of checking this (from memory - I haven't got a Win98se PC handy to look at where I'm writing this) is to go into Control Panel -> System -> It says Quote: Only 32-bit CD-ROM driver supported. http://ismymailsecure.com/powerdvd-error/powerdvd-error-tv-out.html I tried forceASPI before I formated the disk (I had installed xp over ME) but didn't work.

vBulletin v3.8.9, Copyright ©2000-2016, vBulletin Solutions, Inc. Did it play back DVDs OK before installing the A03? Try loading Adaptec ASPI drivers or one of the others you can find on the net. What do I do to get DVD playback?

Thanks! I hadn't installed the Via 4 in 1 driver pack (I have an Asus P3v4X with Apollo 133A).