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    I've just bought and installed VDCEasy on Windows 2000pro, on which I've also got Matrox 2000 and Premiere 6.0. My CDwriter is a Sony CD-RW CRX160E SCSI. I cannot get the system to complete a VCD. It halts and warns "May have a bad driver in the CD writer/reader settings page." I've tried again with all combinations of the drivers on their drop-down box, and still no go. I"m also getting a yellow warning signb on "initializing 0.7.12 cygwin 1686 libvcd". I tried uninstalling and reinstalling VCDEasy, and no change. I've also deleted all versions of cygwin.dll except for the latest version, and copied that to C:\WINNT. Please help. I've had to duplicate this here because I'm getting no response on VCD authoring.
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    You didn't say which version of VCDEasy, but I'm assuming that you're using the latest 2.0.1.

    It halts and warns "May have a bad driver in the CD writer/reader settings page." I've tried again with all combinations of the drivers on their drop-down box, and still no go
    Hmm, I also had problem with burning directly from VCDEasy and got the same error message as you. The problem was solved when I changed to "general-mmc-raw" in the CD-Writer settings. However, It appears as if you have already tried every choice in the drop down list in CD-Writer settings, with no luck.

    If you're using VCDEasy 2.0.1, you don't need any ASPI-driver anymore. Instead, use the SPTI. If the version is 1.1.x, then make sure that the ASPI-driver are workning properly. Check at the bottom of the program.

    If your ASPI-drivers are correct and working or if you're using the new SPTI in VCDEasy, then you should try the follwing thing.

    Select the "CD Image File Recorder" as CD-Writer and create the bin-file. After that you burn your bin-file to a CD using Nero or some other burning software.

    // Znooky
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