ForceASPI Installation Guide
ForceASPI 1.7 will install ASPI layer 4.60.
ForceASPI 1.8 will install ASPI layer 4.71.2
Most people will prefer ForceASPI 1.7 as it contains ASPI 4.60. This seems to have less bugs in it than later versions of ASPI.
The first thing to do is to unzip the files to your computer. I normally use the root directory so that I can find them easily.
The first thing to do is to dump your ASPI version to a backup file. This way if anything does wrong you can put the original back into place. To do this you run the DumpASPI program. If there is no ASPI installed on your system then you will get a “File Does Not Exist, Backup Not Possible” message come up.
Once you have dumped your current ASPI it is time to install the new version. To do this, run the InstASPI program.
You will now have to reset your computer for the changes to take place.
Once the computer has been restarted you now should check the ASPI version installed to make sure that everything has been updated correctly. To do this, run the ASPICheck program. If everything is ok then you will see the following screen. Notice the green background.
If something went wrong then you will see the same screen but with a red background. Normally this is because you haven’t reset the computer. If you have reset your computer then try reinstalling the ASPI drivers again.
That’s it. If something has gone wrong or you want to put back your old ASPI version then run the RestASPI program.