[QUOTE=jcusimano2;2107228]If you really want to be able to compare your scans then I advisegetting a lite-on or benQ because on top of not being reliable from one mid to another they’re not even reliable for checking degradation on the same disk over even a little bit of time like the same day. I have personally tried and you cabn do a scan with the 7170 or 7200 and scan the same disk again and the results will be different it’s a waste of time[/QUOTE]
Thanks, the 7170 I got, is for CD/DVD TRT only, the 7200 is going to be the prmary burner along with the Pio DVR-216D as a backup/DVD-DL/DVD+/-RW/-RAM disc.
I was told that the 7170 is a good CD scanner, any truth to that or should I stick to the 1640/1655 for CD scanning too?
Try putting [B][U]CD/DVDSpeed[/U][/B] in a [B][U]folder[/U][/B] with the [B][U]wnapsi32.dll[/U][/B].[/QUOTE]
In the words of Homer Simpson “DOH”; I had this problem once before & this is the exact way I solved it; can’t believe I didn’t remember the solution, maybe because its been several years!
FrogASPI didn’t work but NEROAspi did, however the 7170 still not quite trouble free, started erroring out on ‘tray eject’ command from Vista Explorer, ImgBurn & CDSpeed, now can’t sense disc insert or read disc’s either. A reboot might solve that problem.
The 7170 also shows up with a weird controller #, 2:0, while the DVR-216D is 6:0 & the 7200S is 6:1, even though all 3 drives are attached to a PCI SATA card.
Anyway of making CD Speed work without the winaspi driver in the exe directory? I have another machine with XP Pro SP3 & I can run CD Speed on it without any winaspi in the exe directory.
Thank you both.