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Old Jan 06, 2006, 10:11 PM
Daephex Daephex is offline
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Default Update on burn problems/help with DMA?

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Let me first say "thank you" to all the people who tried to help me out with my burner problems....

Now let me tell you what's the current situation, because I'm still having a bit of a problem: Currently, I have the burner on my USB 2.0 card. (An external Plextor 4012TU). It is doing just fine burning at 4x, but I would like to be able to go faster. I have found out that the burner does not support DMA, which I hadn't realized before. (not sure if this is a problem...)

I have also run the Nero Speed diagnostic, which gives me a medium recovery error, 030C07. During the test, I just watched the little green line stay at 24x, and the little yellow line slowly sink to 8x... then it errored out. It seems it is losing speed, but is ABLE to communicate at the higher rates, just not to maintain them.

What would cause this?


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