Error: Unable To Read Audio Sectors xxx To xxx When Importing A CD.


Error: Unable to read audio sectors xxx to xxx when importing a CD.


This error will only occur under Microstudio or Hoster while trying to read the disc into the computer.  This error is always tied to the actual CD that you are trying to read into the program.  Try another disc, and it should work fine.

Make sure your disc does not have alot of scratches on it.  The disc may also have some type of protection on it from the Manufacturer to keep you from using it in a computer.

When Using Rename In Microstudio, The File Will Disappear.


When using Rename in Microstudio, the file will disappear.


When using the Rename feature in Microstudio 4.004, it will remove the extension of your file, and the file will no longer show in Microstudio.

To fix this, you must find the files that you have renamed, as for example would be renamed to mtu-karaokesong without the extension.  You will have to go into Windows Explorer or My Computer to fix the file’s extension, so that you can use this file again.

If you have Microstudio 4.004, then you need to download this file to fix this bug,

When Trying To Import In Microstudio I Get A 0 Byte File. How Do I Fix This?


When trying to import in Microstudio I get a 0 byte file. How do I fix this?


When you get a 0 byte file, it is not importing correctly. This is caused by missing Windows Updates. Another way to know if this is your fix, is to open the Default drives dialog, located on the Tools Menu in Microstudio.  If there is an @ sign in front of the drive name instead of a letter this is your exact problem.

You MUST have all of the Updates from, click on Custom. Then select all of the Optional Updates. If you have alot, you will have to do this once, then reboot, then go through the process until there are 0 updates showing.

The only other thing that will cause this is if you have 64 bit Windows XP or Vista, and you are seeing the @ sign still after getting all the Windows Updates.  There is no fix for this yet, as we do not support 64 bit Windows and this is stated on the Website.

Error: Unexpected ASPI Error: (04h 00h 00h) “Error ‘Write Command Failed On Device X:X:X”


Error: Unexpected ASPI error: (04h 00h 00h) “Error ‘Write command failed on device X:X:X”


The Drive is going bad.

Try a different USB port if it is an external drive. If this still doesn’t work, then it could mean that the USB case is going bad or has gone bad. Try a new case to see if this fixes the problem, or try it on a different computer. If the drive is an Internal drive, then make sure you have all of the Windows Updates and the latest drivers for the Motherboards chipset drivers.

You should also update to the latest version of the software, as it no longer uses ASPI.

Error: Invalid CUE SHEET Command At Line xx. Previous File Is Not A Multiple Of The Specified Block Size


Error: Invalid CUE SHEET command at line xx. Previous file is not a multiple of the specified block size.


This message appears when writing a CDR disc in the Custom Assembly Tab when you click the Write CD or Test Write buttons. You have added a bad .cdg file to the project.

SOLUTION #1: Be sure the project in the Open/Save project: field does NOT contain both .cdg karaoke files and .wav audio files. Only use one file Type. You should also updgrade to Version 4.00x as it supports this.

SOLUTION #2: One or more imported or created files added to project are bad (a file may be named .cdg, but only contain audio samples, which makes it a .wav file).

To find a bad file, click the New Button in the Custom Assembly Tab to create a new .lst project. Then, add one file to the project and click the Test CD button. If this file is damaged, you will see the error message. If it is good, you will not and you can add the next file to the project. Click the Test CD button after you add each new song track file. When you see the error message, delete that bad file from the project and from the hard drive.

If want the song, go to the Import Tracks Tab and re-import it again.

SOLUTION #3: Keyrite 1.302 would allow you to change the output file type from .wav to .cdg. Some users believed that would create a .cdg file, but it just renamed the audio-only file a .cdg filename extension. The lyrics/graphics data required to be in the .cdg file was missing, which would display this error. In later Keyrite versions, you can only write the file type you have opened for processing; i.e. an open CDG file will only write a CDG file. An open WAV file will only write a WAV file.

Error: Unexpected Failure Writing File { Disc Full }


Error: Unexpected failure writing file { disc full }.


 You are trying to save to a CD-Rom or CD-Recorder drive, which can’t be done this way.

On the Duplicate Disc, the Custom Assembly, and the Import Tracks tab, click the Select Folder button and select a folder on your hard drive, not your CD-Rom or CDR drive.

Error: Please Select A Reading Device (CD ROM).


Error: Please select a reading device (CD ROM).


This bug occurs on the Duplicate Disc Tab in Microstudio 2.605- 3.004 versions.  Please update to Version 4.00x or do the following.

Click the down arrow next to Reading drive in any screen where it appears. Then click your Plextor or other working drive. Do this each time that you get this error.

This will be fixed in a future version of Microstudio.

Error: Write Command Failed On Device 1:1:0 Read/Write Error Or Bad Medium Detected (04h 00h 02h 03h 73h 03h)


Error: Write command failed on device 1:1:0 read/write error or bad medium detected (04h 00h 02h 03h 73h 03h)


 Your computer is not sending data to the CD-R drive fast enough.

 Find what is slowing down your computer.

  1. Run Windows Disc Defragmenter by going to the Start Menu\Programs\Accessories\System Tools\Disc Defragmenter.
  2. Run all of the Windows updates by clicking here.
  3. Run Spybot Search and Destroy to search for and remove Spyware from your computer.
  4. Update your Motherboard drivers from your computer manufacturer. These will be called the Chipset drivers or Motherboad drivers.

This should help, as you look for what is slowing down your computer.

Error Messages Dealing With ASPI


Error messages dealing with ASPI


Upgrade to the latest version of our software, as this is no longer used.

Click the Start Menu, Search\All Files and Folders. Type in the filename WNASPINT.dll. Select to search only the C:\ drive. Once this file is seen in the right window, usually in the c:\Windows\System32 folder, Left click the file to select it and press the Delete Key to remove it from your computer.

Next, click the following link and go to Solution #2. Complete this solution to fix this ASPI problem. Click here for how to reinstall the ASPI drivers.