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Old 15-11-2000, 05:02
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Win2k/CDRW Problems

I just bought a Ricoh MP9120A dual CDRW/DVD, the drive reads data and audio CDs and DVDs fine but in Nero (5.0.3.1) everytime I try to burn a CD I get a SCSI/IDE error followed by Invalid Writestate. I tested it on a diff computer running Win98 and it worked fine.
My system is a CUSL2, P3 733, 256RAM, Creative Geforce DDR, IBM Deskstar 30GB. I'm running Win2k /w SP1.
I've been having problems with the Intel ATA storage drivers, according to the device manager they're running on MS Drivers but I also have the Intel 6.0 storage driver, which when is run, the Companion think's that it is installed and is the storage driver. Also I can't unintall the Intel drivers, it just doesnt do anything when I click uninstall in the control panel: add/remove programs.

Any ideas?
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Old 15-11-2000, 05:28
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I take it you have installed the aspi layer as Win2k does not come with them.
Also have just been checking the Nero website.
Guess what?
That model is NOT in the list of supported devices!
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Old 15-11-2000, 22:50
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Well I have the latest ASPI. Didnt notice it wasn't in the supported player list, but considering it works win win98 I was thinking it was a Win2k specific error...
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