Hi, is it possible to write a cd-recorder program in masm? If yes, how? CYA, Folko
Sure, with your hands. 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...
I know I can do almost everything with (m)asm but do you know where I can get a tutorial or something?
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.
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
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.
DirectCD is NOT a part of DirectX, it's just another CD-R(W) burnign app.
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...)
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.