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Spti detection of drives using Windows XP mode of wine 1.0.1 doesn't work. ImgBurn spits out errors saying the drives cannot be detected. An ASPI layer however can detect the drives.
I copied the ForceASPI NT files (based upon adaptec 4.60 aspi drivers) to windows/system32 folder. (Running the batch files inside the ForceASPI package is not needed.)
I then configured ImgBurn to use ASPI mode and ImgBurn detects the drives flawlessly.
Working in wine 1.1.42
by di on Sunday April 25th 2010, 9:08
1. Install ImgBurn, do not run it yet.
2. Launch winecfg
3. Change 'Windows Version:' to read 'Windows 2000'
4. Launch ImgBurn, note no drives are detected
5. Go into ImgBurn's options, 'I/O' tab
6. Change Interface to 'ASPI - WNASPI32.DLL'
7. OH **** IT FOUND MY DRIVES :D
The emulation level required for ImgBurn to function properly
by Archlinux on Thursday February 25th 2010, 13:58
Based on my recent test results (which you surely can trust), you need at least Win NT 3.5 emulation for ImgBurn to have SPTI support, but at least Win NT 4.0 to write something (otherwise the write will fail with the error "logical block address out of range" (at least with my DVD-RW's but I don't think you wanna test whether I'm right or wrong) - erasing my DVD-RW worked though).
If you somehow would just want to start the program with the lowest emulation possible and desperately came here for an answer, you need at least Win 95 - but that emulation won't do almost a thing in ImgBurn.