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Thread: Audiocatalyst 2.1 and Windows XP/2000

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Aug 2002


    Hi Guys

    I'm just wondering if any of you guys have used Audiocatalyst 2.1 in the past with Windows XP/2000. When I used to utilise Audiocatalyst 2.1 with Windows 98 SE/Me I could rip tracks from audio CD's just fine in ASPI mode but now since I'm running Windows XP/2000 I find that Audiocatalyst 2.1 has now locked itself into Analog only which enables all tracks to be ripped at a speed of only about 1x.

    People have said that I have to install the new version of ASPI for Windows XP/2000 but I guess that I wanted to come here and confirm this.

    If this is true, could one of you guys post the URL location of where I could go to download it the fix.

    Thanks guys.
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  2. #2
    Join Date
    Feb 2003


    no problems


    install aspi (use cdrwin) if you are having trouble.

    install software ripper (2.1 etc)
    drag a shortcut to the desktop
    set compatibility to nt
    software works (set software to dynamic fix syn ) for best rip.

    app you can turn on compatibility mode on 2000 (ms disabled it with the service packs)

    (i use this software) in 98se and noew xp pro

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Feb 2003


    sortware will not work - you must set short cut to program to compatibility (nt)

    then program uses nt features to access aspi (which you must also install correctly)

    :shoot3: happy ripping

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