I've recently upgraded my daughter's computer to Win2000 and then had to by the new version of Roxio's Easy CD creator 5 Platinum, which is supposedly compliant. We have a HP plus9100i CD RW. When we try to write to a CD-R, we get midway through the write process, then get the errors:
"E80041927 Track write error ASPI failure T7121"
"E80041934 Trach write error Flush Failed T7127"
"E80041927 Track write error ASPI Falilure T7121"
I spoke to tech support at Roxio who said that the problem is the the ASPI layers from the old operating system (win 95)is interfering. He said the only way to solve the problem is to unistall Win2000, reformat the hard disk and then do a new install.
Isn't there a work-around? Can I "delete" the old ASPI information and reinstall WIN2000? He also said this problem would occur with any software that uses ASPI layers. Is this true?