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Old 08 April 2002, 00:55   #1
Wladislav
 
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Red face Trouble with CD ROM

I have WinUAE 0.8.21 r2 & AIAB 10c, Win98 SE (Celeron 850)/Win XP Pro (PIV 1.7)(in different machines, of cause).
I want to see my CD-ROMs in Workbench window (workbench v.3.1). I select "Add PC Drives on startup".When I check "UAEscsi.device" and "Use ASPI SCSI layer" boxes and run WinUAE, I get amiga-dos message "CD ROM handler error. Cannot open uaescsi.device unit 0". I have 2 CD-ROM in system. What does it matter? I read forums, but found nothing ...
Very sory, I`m newbe with WinUAE and Amiga (AIAB). So, please, help me. I`d be glad to know about AIAB as much as possible, but now I know only Windows OSes... and haven`t any manual.
this is my log file:
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Old 08 April 2002, 08:21   #2
Toni Wilen
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Install ASPI layer (Windows 98) or uncheck "Use ASPI SCSI layer"-check box (Windows 2K/XP) (and also read WinUAE's readme.txt..)
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