What's New 12/03/97
NT Beta Trial
The beta trials of the new CDDA32 for
NT are just about over. We expect to have the new version out in the next
week or so. All registered users who indicated that they were using NT
on their registration should automatically receive the update.
Unofficial CD-Text FAQ started
There is a growing interest
in the new CD standard called CD-Text which allows album titles, artist
names, track names and images to be stored in some previously unused portions
of regular audio CDs. There are many home audio CD players available now
that will already handle these CDs, and surprisingly there are a large
number of audio CDs available now with CD-Text.
will be maintained only as
new information rolls in. If someone else wants to volunteer to do it for
us, you are more than welcome.
GUI based install program available
We now have a GUI
based install front end for CDDA32. It is our first crack at this sort
of thing so let us know how it works. We are also offering the DLLs and
EXEs in separate download files to make downloading new versions fast.
New ASPI drivers found
We found a zip file out on the
net that has brand spanking new ASPI drivers. They are newer than the ones
found in the ASPI32.EXE file on Adaptec's site. The best part is that they
allow both ATAPI and SCSI drive support under both Win95 and WinNT. No
longer do we have to worry about losing the ATAPI support when loading
new ASPI drivers from Adaptec.