[access-uk] Re: Problem with CDEX

Hi Donna,

I simply said yes to use native and it works fine from then onwards.

On a related note, does anyone know if you can get CDEX to work from the
Gracenote CDDB database?  The Freecddb database that it works from is not
nearly as good, and I have other problems when ripping CDs with Windows
media player, like the quality of the MP3's is not as good, even if you set
the sampling rate to the same.  The MP3 encoder on Media Player is junk, so
I want to use CDEX, but I don't know the name of the Gracenote server, so I
can add it.  If anyone knows, I would be very grateful.

Thanks for any help.

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-----Original Message-----
From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
Donna Waring
Sent: 04 September 2006 06:57
To: Access-UK
Subject: [access-uk] Problem with CDEX

Can anyone throw any light on this?  When I open cdex, I get the message
"failed to load wnaspi32.dll driver".  Use the NT Native scussi instead?

What's puzzling me is, I've always had this message, and I've run the
check.exe on my wnaspi32.dll and it says it's working properly.  Has anyone
else ever had this and if so, how did you solve?

Donna 

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