Normally, EAC works fine. But recently, I tried opening it up, and I received this erroer:
EAC crashes, but the process stays active, and eats up my CPU.
Exact auto copy ??????
I found this from the eac faq .txt, hope it helps.
Check the aspi drivers with ASPICHK. It comes with the driver package from Adaptec.Q:When I try to start EAC or to compress/decompress, I immedately get
an Access Violation. Why does this happen?
A:Usually this error occurs when not using the ASPI interface of Adaptec.
So try at first to install it on your computer. When you use Windows
NT/2000, the native SCSI interface could also make some problems, so
also install the Adaptec interface in that case.
Second, it has also happened that an illegal audio codec let EAC crash
on enumerating all audio codecs. In that case try to disable (not
deinstall) each codec and try again, you could enable the codecs then
again piece for piece to find out which one causes the problem. Mainly
some versions of LAME and OggVorbis ACM codecs cause this behaviour
(included in e.g. Nimo Codec Pack).