The ASPI drivers that you listed are obsolete and the wrong ones for your system. Instead of v4.57 (1017) you should have v4.60 (1021) loaded on your computer. You should download ForceASPI to install the correct drivers. cfitz has given you good advice, but I would try using the drive with the correct ASPI version installed before giving up on EAC (and the drive).
Go to cyrus-troy Downloads
and download the ASPI Check and Force ASPI programs.
Run ASPI Check to verify that the installation is incorrect. If this is the case, unzip
(extract) ForceASPI, read the Index.htm file carefully, and run the program. ForceASPI will repair and properly install the current ASPI layer.
Reboot, run ASPI Check again to verify that version 4.60 (1021) is properly installed, and if correct, try the drive again.