Well, I don’t mind using ASPI 4.60. It works perfectly. ASPI 4.70 don’t work with several programs apart from Feurio in my computer.
I don’t use ASPI layer in Windows XP. Feurio can access drives in “DeviceIOControl” mode, and it seems to work like ASPI in Win98. I don’t know if this mode has advantages or not.
Also I don’t know how to install that Ahead’s wnaspi32.dll.
Do I change the ASPI’s original file with this one or is it installed separately?
I don’t like the idea of several ASPI layers, based on what I read here:
"EACH driver installed on the system is a risk. Many programs install their own ASPI driver - as a result different programs impede each other.
If e. g. 6 different programs install their own ASPI drivers, there are 6 different drivers afterwards that try to independently access the SCSI/ IDE interface - it’s obviously that this is bound to go wrong.
In our opinion that is not the job of the exercise - after all there is this standard interface. "