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Section 44: Easy CD Creator page 5
  1. Wnaspi32.dll error (990416-0010)
  2. I get a Fatal Exception error when trying to read DVD-Rom Media (000823-0002)
  3. Why doesn`t Easy CD Creator detect my MP3`s as valid audio files? (000822-0001)
  4. Can`t read data CD created in CD Copier with HP 7200 / Philips 3610 (000106-0001)
  5. What can I do with Video CD`s (990427-0156)
  6. How do I record my Video CD layout? (990427-0176)
  7. How to Make a Disc Copy? (990420-0010)
  8. I`m getting a CD read failed error message. How can I resolve this? (990419-0003)
  9. ASPI Error in Easy Cd Creator when making a Mixed mode CD (000726-0002)
  10. I am getting an "Audio Source 413", how do I resolve it? (001108-0001)
  11. Fatal Exception Error when reading DVD-ROM media (000509-0001)
  12. Old file not found error is displayed when trying to upgrade to EZ CD Creator (000719-0000)
  13. Intel Ultra ATA 6.0 Drivers, Blue Screen Error and Inaccessible Boot Device (010130-0000)

 

 

 

Roxio`s site as well as many on the net are continuing to change daily, update, move, merge, etc...

Keeping the links active is difficult and many of the articles I have here are for the earlier versions of the software. I will keep them listed for archive purposes, if you find dead links, my apologies but more than likely they are gone for good.

http://www.roxio.com/enu/support/default.html

 

 

 

44-1: Wnaspi32.dll error (Atricle Number 990416-0010)

 

Why do I get a wnaspi32.dll error message when launching the software? (Article Number 990416-0010)

Description:
Why do I get a wnaspi32.dll error message when launching the software?
Solution:
If you are getting ASPI errors with your Adaptec CD-R software:

First, make sure that you have only one copy of the ASPI files on your system, and that they are in the right place:

1. Open Windows Explorer.
2. Select Tools | Find | Files or Folders.

Search your entire system for the following 4 files:

Windows 95/98
winaspi.dll.............windows\system
wnaspi32.dll............windows\system
aspienum.vxd............windows\system
apix.vxd................windows\system\iosubsys

Windows NT
winaspi.dll.............windows\system
wnaspi32.dll............windows\system32
aspi32.sys..............windows\system32\drivers
wowpost.exe.............windows\system

3. If there are extras, rename them.
4. Reboot the system, run the program.

If the ASPI error continues:

Check the file versions and sizes by pulling up the properties of each file. All 4 must have the same version, and none can be 0 bytes.

If any are different versions or 0 bytes:

Rename and delete all the files on the system.
Do not reboot. On the CD Creator CD go to Disk 1.
Execute the aspiinst.exe file. to re-install the ASPI layer. Reboot the system, run aspi32.exe to update.


Product: Easy CD Creator Sub-Product: Unspecified Date Created: 04/16/1999 10:40 AM Article Number: 990416-0010
Category: Troubleshooting / Error Messages Date Updated: 10/23/2001 01:21 PM    

 

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44-2: I get a Fatal Exception error when trying to read DVD-Rom Media (Article Number 000823-0002)

I get a Fatal Exception error when trying to read DVD-ROM media. (Article Number 000823-0002)

Description:
A Fatal Exception error is generated when trying to read DVD-ROM media. How can I resolve this?

A "Fatal Exception..." error is generated when trying to read DVD-ROM media in a system which currently has or previously has had Adaptec CD Recording software installed. The error does manifest with CD-ROM media. How can I resolve this ?

This information applies to the following Adaptec product(s):

- Easy CD Creator 4.x Suite


This information applies to the following Operating System (S)

- Windows 98 and 98 SE
Solution:


Versions of Easy CD Creator previous to 4.02 use a driver that may interfere with the reading of DVD-ROM media which uses UDF (Universal Disc Format). This driver may be left behind even after uninstalling the software. Therefore if you do not currently have the software installed it may be worthwhile to ensure that the driver does not reside in the system. Easy CD Creator versions 4.02 and above no longer use this file and it can be safely removed.

Search your hard drive for a file named CDR4VSD.VXD.
It is normally located in the \WINDOWS\SYSTEM\IOSUBSYS directory.
Rename the file to a different extension (e.g. CDR4VSD.OLD).

Try accessing the DVD-ROM discs, which you previously had problems reading.

Please note that if you are using a version of Easy CD Creator earlier than 4.02, renaming this driver will disable the Adaptec program. To update to the latest version of Easy CD Creator, which does not use this driver, please consult the following web page:
http://www.adaptec.com/support/advisor/cdrupdates/ecdcversions.html




Product: Easy CD Creator Sub-Product: Unspecified Date Created: 08/23/2000 10:12 AM Article Number: 000823-0002
Category: Troubleshooting / Error Messages Date Updated: 08/23/2000 10:22 AM    

 

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44-3: Why doesn`t Easy CD Creator detect my MP3`s as valid audio files? (Article # 000822-0001)

 

Why doesn’t Easy CD Creator detect my MP3s as valid audio files ? (Article Number 000822-0001)

Description:

Easy CD Creator fails to recognize my MP3 files as being valid audio files.

When opening an Audio CD Layout in Easy CD Creator and browsing to a directly that contains MP3 files, the program reports: “There are no audio files in this folder.”

Also, if you try to drag an MP3 file into an Audio Layout, a warning message may be displayed indicating : “The MyFile.MP3 has an unrecognized file extension. Valid extensions are .WAV and .MP3. Please select a files with a .WAV or .MP3 file extension.”

This information applies to the following product(s):

- Easy CD Creator Deluxe 4.x Suite

This information applies to the following Operating System(s):

-Windows 95
-Windows 98
-Windows NT 4
-Windows 2000


Solution:



In Windows 95/98/NT 4, go to Start->Control Panel ->Multimedia->Devices and expand the Audio Compression Codecs.

In Windows 2000, go to Start->Control Panel ->Sound & Multimedia->Hardware, double-click on the Audio Codecs entry and then click on the Properties tab.

In either of the operating systems, look for an entry for Fraunhofer IIS MPEG Layer-3 Codec. If the entry is missing, skip to the next paragraph. Otherwise, double-click on the entry and then choose the About button – ensure that you are using version 1.9 or later. If the Fraunhofer entry is an earlier version than 1.9, then remove it.

Search for any files on your drive that match L3*.ACM and rename them to a different extension, such as .OLD, then reinstall your copy of Easy CD Creator.

Your MP3 files should be recognized properly after the reinstall.


Product: Easy CD Creator Sub-Product: Unspecified Date Created: 08/22/2000 09:09 AM Article Number: 000822-0001
Category: Troubleshooting / Error Messages Date Updated: 11/17/2000 08:09 AM    

 

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44-4: Can`t read data CD created in CD Copier with HP 7200 / Philips 3610 (Article 000106-0001)

 

Can't read data CD created in CD Copier with HP 7200/Philips 3610 (Article Number000106-0001)

Description:
Easy CD Creator 4.0 has a DAO (Disc-at-Once) feature in Easy CD Copier. If this is enabled with an HP 7200 drive (and possibly a Philips 3610 drive) the drive may not write the TOC in the correct place which will make the CD unreadable by standard CD drives. This may also apply to Easy CD Creator Data CD Layout.

This information applies to the following product(s):

- Easy CD Creator Deluxe Suite 4.0, CD Copier Deluxe

This information applies to the following Operating System(s):

- Windows 95
- Windows 98
- Windows NT 4.x

Solution:
If CD Copier is set in TAO (Track At Once) mode when writing a data CD, it will correctly place the TOC (Table of Contents) on the disc - AFTER the data track.

If CD Copier is set in DAO (Disc At Once) mode when writing a data CD, it will write the TOC in the wrong place -BEFORE the data track. This will cause the CD recordable disc to be unreadable and / or appear as an audio CD.

When creating Data CD's with Easy CD Copier, make sure that you are writing in TAO mode - NOT in DAO mode.


Product: Easy CD Creator Date Created: 01/06/2000 11:28 AM Article Number: 000106-0001
Category: Troubleshooting / Error Messages Date Updated: 01/10/2000 01:05 PM  

 

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44-5: What can I do with Video CD`s (Article 990427-0156)

 

What can I do with Video CDs (Article Number990427-0156)

Description:
What can I do with Video CDs
Solution:
Using Video CD Creator, you can create video CDs of your favorite video clips or movies. Video CDs are also used for kiosk applications because they are more durable and do not wear out like VHS tapes after frequent uses.
Video CDs can be played back in video CD players or Compact Disc-Interactive (CD-I) players.


Product: Easy CD Creator Date Created: 04/27/1999 04:37 PM Article Number: 990427-0156
Category: General Date Updated: 08/13/1999 05:05 PM
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44-6: How do I record my Video CD layout? (Article 990427-0176)

 

How do I Record my Video CD Layout (Article Number990427-0176)

Description:
How do I Record my Video CD Layout
Solution:
You can record your video CD layout directly to a blank CD-R disc, or you can first record the disc image file to your hard drive. If you create a disc image, you can then use Easy CD Creator to record the disc image to a CD. See How to Make a Disc Image in Easy CD Creator.
To record your video CD layout to a blank CD, follow these steps:

1. Select Create CD From Layout in the Video CD menu.
2. Follow the on-screen prompts.

To record your video CD layout to a disc image, follow these steps:

* Select Create Disc image from Layout in the Video CD menu.


Product: Easy CD Creator Date Created: 04/27/1999 05:57 PM Article Number: 990427-0176
Category: How To Date Updated: 08/13/1999 04:59 PM
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44-7: How to Make a Disc Copy ? (Article 990420-0010)

 

How to Make a Disc Copy? (Article Number990420-0010)

 

Description:

How to Make a Disc Copy?

 

Solution:

You can speed up the recording process if you are making multiple copies of a CD by first making a disc copy. To do so, follow these steps:

1. Insert the original CD from which you want to make copies into your CD-ROM, CD-R, or CD-RW drive.
2. Select the drive containing the original CD in the Source drop-down list box.
3. Click the Advanced tab.
4. Select the Disc Copy option.
5. Choose a different location on your hard drive if you do not want to record the image file to your Windows Temp directory (optional).
6. Click Copy.

CD Copier temporarily records the CD to your hard drive as an image file (.*cif), then records it to the blank CD.


Product: Easy CD Creator Date Created: 04/20/1999 02:53 PM Article Number: 990420-0010
Category: How To Date Updated: 08/13/1999 03:53 PM

 

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44-8: I`m getting a CD read failed error message. How can I resolve this? (Article 990419-0003)

 

I'm getting a CD read failed error message. How can I resolve this? (Article Number990419-0003)

Description:
I'm getting a CD read failed error message. How can I resolve this?

This information applies to the following product(s):

- Easy CD Creator Deluxe Suite 4.x

- Easy CD Creator Deluxe Suite 3.x

This information applies to the following Operating System(s):

- Windows 95
- Windows 98
- Windows ME
- Windows NT 4
- Windows 2000

Solution:
This type of error message means that there was an error reading from the source CD. If the CD-ROM drive is SCSI, then please see the following article to make sure it's set up properly:

How do I set up my SCSI card and devices properly for CD recording?

You may also have a dirty or damaged source CD. Try cleaning the source CD. If the source CD has scratches or other surface defects which interrupt the read laser, you may need to use a commercial CD repair product (these products usually buff the CD with a very fine compound which removes the scratches).

Also, see the following article that specifies which types of CDs Easy CD Creator can copy:

Why won't the audio CD I created play on my home or car CD player?



Product: Easy CD Creator Date Created: 04/19/1999 09:22 AM Article Number: 990419-0003
Category: Troubleshooting / Error Messages Date Updated: 10/23/2001 04:14 PM  

 

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44-9: ASPI Error in Easy Cd Creator when making a Mixed mode CD (Article 000726-0002)

 

ASPI Error in Easy CD Creator when making a Mixed mode CD. (Article Number000726-0002)

 

Description:

I have an HP 9500 or a Sony CRX160E CDRecorder and am getting the following error when I try and create a Mixed Mode CD in Disk-at-once mode. The error is:

08D8: Track write error
T7121: Track write error - ASPI error
T7121: Track write error - ASPI error
D0100: I/O Error - write error (03/0C/09)

What do I do?

This information applies to the following product(s):

- All version of Easy CD Creator.
- HP9500
- Sony CRX160E

This information applies to the following Operating System(s):

- Windows 95/98
- Windows NT 4.0
- Windows 2000
- Windows Millennium

 

Solution:

To work around this issue Roxio recommends that you create the CD using Track-at-Once mode. The ASPI problem does not exist using this method.

To change from Disk-at-Once mode to Track-at-Once mode complete the following steps:

Click on the CREATE CD button
This will open up the CD Creation Setup Dialog box.
You will need to select the ADVANCED option.
In the WRITE METHOD box click on the TRACK-AT-ONCE radio button.
Click OK to begin creating the CD


Product: Easy CD Creator Date Created: 07/26/2000 11:08 AM Article Number: 000726-0002
Category: Troubleshooting / Error Messages Date Updated: 03/29/2001 04:15 PM

 

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44-10: I am getting an "Audio Source 413", how do I resolve it? (Article 001108-0001)

 

I am getting an "Audio Source 4XX error" or "Audio Source 4XXX error" when I try to burn MP3s.

This information applies to the following product(s):

- Easy CD Creator Deluxe Suite 4.x

This information applies to the following Operating System(s):

- Windows 95
- Windows 98
- Windows NT 4
- Windows 2000
- Windows ME


Solution:
Mp3 files currently do not have a Industry Standard that they must adhere too, as wave files do. Depending on the software and format used to encode the mp3 files, they may have different specifications. Because of this, Creator may not be compatible with all types of mp3 files. If you find a 3rd party mp3 decoder and convert these files to wav, you should be able to burn them without these errors.

Other things you might try are:

1. Recreate the MP3 file using an MP3 encoder, making sure the MP3 file is 96 bits or higher (encoder now supplied with Roxio Software version 5 or higher)

2. Download the MP3 from the source again

Product: Easy CD Creator Date Created: 11/08/2000 01:24 PM Article Number: 001108-0001
Category: Troubleshooting / Error Messages Date Updated: 04/30/2001 04:28 PM  

 

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44-11: Fatal Exception Error when reading DVD-ROM media (Article 000509-0001)

 

Fatal Exception Error when reading DVD-ROM media... (Article Number000509-0001)

Description:
I can't read my DVD-ROM media when Roxio CD recording software is installed. If I try to play a DVD movie, then my system crashes with a "Fatal Exception..." error. How can I resolve this?

This information applies to the following product(s):

- Easy CD Creator 4.x Suite


This information applies to the following Operating System (S)

- Windows 98 and 98 Second Edition

Solution:
Easy CD Creator versions 4.0 and 4.01 use a driver that may conflict with some DVD-ROM software drivers. Easy CD Creator version 4.02 and above no longer use this file and therefore are less likely to have a conflict.

The update to the latest version of Easy CD Creator is available at the following URL:

http://www.roxio.com/en/support/winupdates.htmll

More details:

The driver is named CDR4VSD.VXD and it is installed in the following directory:

C:\Windows\System\Iosubsys

If you rename (disable) this driver, then you will be able to use your DVD but you will not be able to record. If you uninstall Easy CD Creator, the file may be left behind (depending on your selections during the uninstall). If so, then it must be manually removed or renamed.


Product: Easy CD Creator Date Created: 05/09/2000 03:20 PM Article Number: 000509-0001
Category: Troubleshooting / Error Messages Date Updated: 03/29/2001 05:03 PM

 

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44-12: Old file not found error is displayed when trying to upgrade to EZ CD Creator (Article 000719-0000)

 

'Old file not found' error is displayed when trying to upgrade to EZ CD Creator (Article Number000719-0000)

Description:
While attempting to apply the software patch that upgrades Easy CD Creator from version 4.0 or 4.01 to 4.02, the following or a similar error message may be displayed: 'Old file not found. However, a file of the same name was found. No update done since file contents do not match'. Dismissing the error message by pressing the OK button will also stop the upgrade.


Installing the FREE CD Engine plugin available for Real Networks? Real Jukebox or Windows Media Player in addition to Easy CD Creator may cause this problem. The FREE CD Engine is based on CD Creator 4.02.

Solution:
To resolve the issue, uninstall the entire Easy CD Creator software from the system. After uninstalling, manually delete the installation directory (e.g. default is c:\Program Files\Adaptec ). Reinstall the original versions from the installation CD. Update Easy CD Creator to version 4.02 and only subsequently install the FREE CD Engine plugin.



Product: Easy CD Creator Date Created: 07/19/2000 03:00 PM Article Number: 000719-0000
Category: Troubleshooting / Error Messages Date Updated: 02/26/2001 06:27 PM  

 

 

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44-13: Intel Ultra ATA 6.0 Drivers, Blue Screen Error and Inaccessible Boot Device (Article 010130-0000)

 

Intel Ultra ATA 6.0 Drivers, Blue Screen Error and Inaccessible Boot Device (Article Number010130-0000)

Description:
When installing the Intel Ultra ATA Storage Driver 6.0 after Easy CD Creator* OEM version 4.02c_s10 on systems with Windows* 2000 installed, Blue Screen Error may occur. Following this condition, the system will report an 'Inaccessible Boot Device' error.

This information applies to the following product(s):

- Easy CD Creator Deluxe 4.x Suite
- Intel. Ultra ATA Storage Driver ver 6.0


This information applies to the following Operating System(s):

- Windows 2000
Solution:
This issue can be prevented by first upgrading to version 4.02e (or newer version) of Easy CD Creator before installing the Intel Ultra ATA Storage Driver. Version 4.02e of Easy CD Creator can be obtained from the following Roxio* (now a subsidiary of Adaptec,* Inc.) website:

http://www.roxio.com


Product: Easy CD Creator Date Created: 01/30/2001 04:40 PM Article Number: 010130-0000
Category: Troubleshooting / Error Messages Date Updated: 01/31/2001 01:50 PM

 

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