WNASPI32.dll not found

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  1. mvue

    mvue New Member

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    hello everyone, I'm new to EPSXE and I'm very amazed by what it can do.

    I DL EPSXE 1.04 last night, installed it - (carefully reading instructions), and ran it on my Win98 computer. It works fine, except for choppy and distorted sound. I installed it on my Win2k Pro computer and I get nothing. My system Specs are:
    Celeron 800, Intel D815EEPA MB, Voodoo 5500 PCI, 10 Gb HD, Toshiba 50x CD-ROM.

    Oh... when I click on Config - video, I get this error:
    The dynamic link library WNASPI32.dll could not be found in the specified path C:\Program Files\EPSXE;,;C:WINNT\System32;C:\WINNT\system;C:\WINNT;C:\WINNT\system32;C:\WINNT;C:\WINNT;C:\WINNT\System32\Wbem.

    Can some make sense of this and assist me in being able to run EPSXE. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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  3. Betamax

    Betamax Resident Movie Critic Contributors

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    you have 2 options

    1: use the internal w2k cdr plugin
    2: Install forceaspi availible form the downloads section.

    This should solve the prob
  4. mvue

    mvue New Member

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    Thank you for your help...but

    I have no idea on how to do what you suggested. I'm sorry to bother you, but can you give me some instructions?
  5. Adair

    Adair Ghost Hacker

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    To get ForceASPI go here www.psxemu.com/epsxe-download.shtml
    To get instructions on what to do with it go to the homepage. A link can be found at the same place that you download from.
  6. Betamax

    Betamax Resident Movie Critic Contributors

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    If that option doesn't work or is too slow try No.1. In epsxe there is a special win 2K cd plugin. Configure epsxe to use this instead of whatever plugin you are using currently as it does not need the fwinaspi32.dll file.
  7. mvue

    mvue New Member

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    Thanks a bunch

    Thank you very very very much. that did the job.
  8. Deathtalon69

    Deathtalon69 New Member

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    i'm also having the same problem with 1.6.0 on windows vista
  9. jonc2006

    jonc2006 God of Douchebagness™

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    this specific problem is addressed in the FAQ. please check the stickies first next time and do not revive old threads.

    closed.
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