Hi, is it possible to write a cd-recorder program in masm? If yes, how? CYA, Folko
Posted on 2000-12-25 18:32:00 by Folko
Sure, with your hands. betov.
Posted on 2000-12-26 04:44:00 by Betov
(m)asm is not less powerful that any other language so you can write anything you want, now you have to find out how...
Posted on 2000-12-26 07:21:00 by (scalp)
I know I can do almost everything with (m)asm but do you know where I can get a tutorial or something?
Posted on 2000-12-26 10:41:00 by Folko
A number of internal CD-R and CD-RW drives use ATAPI for reading and writing. Some CD burning software require an ASPI layer, too. I currently do not have any other information on this stuff. Good luck.
Posted on 2000-12-26 12:19:00 by tank
GoldenHawk (the company that makes CDRWin) used to have some source and header files in C/C++ dunno if itīs still avail. maybe uīll have a look there
Posted on 2000-12-26 12:34:00 by Allanon
Hi, I heared something about a new part of DirectX - DirectCD which deals with CD-ROM reading and burning. Is this a rumor or is it real? beaster.
Posted on 2000-12-28 07:03:00 by beaster
DirectCD is NOT a part of DirectX, it's just another CD-R(W) burnign app.
Posted on 2000-12-30 07:43:00 by Qweerdy
DirectCD is a part of DirectX. It makes CD look like other disk, so you can drag and drop file on your CD-R drive (in fact, it looks likes a burning app...)
Posted on 2000-12-30 10:45:00 by (scalp)
There is a product called DirectCD, by Adaptec. It's now packaged as a part of their EasyCD product. This version of DirectCD makes CD-RW drive look like another writable drive with a Windows file format, similar to floppy and ZIP drives. However, to make a disc that's readable on a CD-ROM or CD-R drive, you still need to use the EasyCD portion of their package. HP packages the Adaptec software as part of their CD-Writer support.
Posted on 2000-12-31 15:40:00 by tank