[QUOTE=slayerking;953069]yes XP doesnt need ASPI but some programs DO. Yes clonyXXl will work when you install it. As for EAC there is a trick to that, Find the WNASPI32.DLL file in your NERO folder and copy it into your EAC folder this will get EAC to work[/QUOTE]
SlayerKing,. Thank you so much for sharing that. I can see it’s a very old thread, but it bloody fixed my problem today! Starting EAC or Audiograbber rebooted my machine. I knew it was my Sony SATA DVD-RW but couldn’t figure out how to fix it. The only way to start the software was to disable the drive (in device manager). But that kind of defeated the purpose, as it was my newer drive so I wanted to use that! However could you be so kind as to explain why copying the winasp32.dll into the folder fixes the problem? The following are optional: Why (if it is the case), is the problem not that widespread (as I had a hard time googling an answer). Why does the PC actually abruptly restart when the dll is missing?! Thanks.