To access program menu use this icon in taskbar notification area. The icon may change in the following conditions:
|- Disk inserted;|
|- Tray opened;|
|- No drives found;|
|- ASPI or SPTI errors detected;|
|(blinking) - Tray will be closed in less then 3 seconds;|
|- Program busy.|
Options - Options window
Drive list - Drive options window
Check mark shows selected speed.
Symbol shows current speed.
Symbol ejects tray.
Symbol closes tray.
Autorun command launches AUTORUN.INF.
Explorer command opens disk content in Windows Explorer.
Browse command opens disk content window.
For Windows 95/98/ME updated ASPI version is required (recomended version is Adaptec ASPI 4.60). For Windows NT/2000/XP/Vista/7 you need to use SPTI drive access method.
Use short drive names
Separate eject/close buttons
Drive name above speed list
Separate menu for each drive
Show "Browse" command (see prerequisites).
Show "Explorer" command (see prerequisites).
Show "Autorun" command (see prerequisites).
Indicate disk status with icon color
Indicate tray status with icon color - don't forget to set "Timer" option to "On".
Enable autorun (all users) - Administrator rights required.
Enable autorun (this user) - Administrator rights required.
Enable audio autoplay - not available on Windows XP and newer versions.
Show unknown drives
Force disk content refresh
Save settings to file
Restore speed and exit
Delay (seconds): - on Windows XP maximum delay may be increased using registry key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop\HungAppTimeout (it contains value in milliseconds).
On - test drives status every 5 seconds, also unlocks options "Close tray after _ seconds" and "Restore speed" "By timer".
Close tray after _ seconds - minimum interval is 3 seconds.
"SPTI" is for Windows NT/2000/XP/Vista/7. On Windows 2000 and XP you will need Administrator rights.
To enable access for limited user accounts on Windows 2000 and XP use one of these methods:
"ASPI" is for Windows 95/98/ME, but may be used on Windows NT/2000/XP with special driver. Adaptec ASPI driver allows non-privileged users to access optical drives on Windows 2000 and XP.
Ignore this drive
At program start
At system resume
On disk change
On tray close
When playing audio
Only when disk present
Ignore current speed
By timer - you need set "Timer" "On" in program options, to unlock this option.
Read data from disk after speed is set
To include key into combination, set checkmark near corresponding option.
"SET SPEED" - send SET CD SPEED command to drive, is used by most drives.
"SET STREAMING" - send SET STREAMING command to drive, is used for DVD type disks in NEC drives.
Delete all button
Divide speed menu into groups
12 November 2009