Thread: Grrr...BSOD!
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Old 05 July 2002, 12:41   #10
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Unticking the UAEscsi.device checkbox removes the problem with the device error message. Does that mean that the "UAEscsi.device" and the "Use ASPI SCSI layer" are mutually exclusive?

Toni: Why do I need to have ASPI installed if I don't have any SCSI devices present in the system?
Also, since installing the ASPI software, Windows Media Player has complained that it can't use the CD-drive for digital playback and/or recording (leading to a lack of visualisations etc.). Could this problem be related to WinUAE's complaint about UAEscsi.device unit 0? (Possible conflict with ASPI and the drivers or somesuch?)
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