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0% Buffer Problem

Discussion in 'Video to DVD' started by nopatel, Jan 26, 2005.

  1. nopatel

    nopatel Guest

    I am trying to burn ISO files in DVDecrypter using my NEC DVD burner. I am using Sony DVD+R 8X discs that was burning close to 14X. Basically I was burning a DVD .iso file in 5 minutes.

    Now all of a sudden when I try to burn a DVD .iso with DVDecrypter it only burns a 2X and takes 25 minutes. What the heck happend? My buffers %'s jump up and down with the device buffer at 0%.

    Can someone please tell me what the problem might be. I also tried burning the .iso file with Nero and it took 25 minutes as well.

    Please help me get my speed back.
     
  2. Balaam

    Balaam Regular member

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    1) Make sure your HD is set to DMA mode.
    2) Raise your buffer size to max in DVDD
    3) Burn at a slower speed
     
  3. Veblin

    Veblin Active member

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    Also Defragment your hard drive.
     
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  4. JCole311

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    Tried everything: defrag, stop things running in background, ad aware, scan for viruses, delet useless crap, etc.

    How do I 1) Make sure your HD is set to DMA mode.
    2) Raise your buffer size to max in DVDD

    and anyother suggestions?

    your help is much appreciated
     
  5. JCole311

    JCole311 Member

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    i still have the problem and someone else told me how to do the two things that were mentioned
     
  6. sleepwalk

    sleepwalk Guest

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