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Anyone know a Pioneer DVD-ROM that rips as fast as DVR-105?

Discussion in 'DVD players' started by henryV6, Jun 18, 2003.

  1. henryV6

    henryV6 Member

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    My DVR-105 rips a movie DVD in about 15 minutes with DVD Decrypter (w/ a firmware hack).
    I bought a Teac DV-516E, which is supposed to really be a Pioneer (a 500M, I think), but it takes twice as long to do the job.
    Does anyone know a Pioneer DVD-ROM model that reads/rips DVDs like the 105 does?
     
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  2. Oriphus

    Oriphus Senior member

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    More to the point ;-) where did you get your firmware hack from and can you supply me the url? Thanks!
     
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    Look here: h**p://forum.rpc1.org/viewforum.php?f=2
     
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    Cheers
     
  5. boriqua

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    My Lite On DVD-Rom would take about 45 minutes to rip an average DVD(using DVD Decryptor on WinXP). I installed the ASPI from dvddecryptor.com and went into the I/O settings and chose SPTI - NT/2000/XP/SERVER 2003. Since then my Lite On has been ripping in UNDER 15 minutes, more like 12 - 14 minutes... Used to rip at no more than 2x, and now jumps to 7 - 11x...
     
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    Which ASPI do you mean? Adaptec, Nero, VOB?
     
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    I checked...of course you mean the Adaptec ASPI. I have 4.71 and the newer one is 4.71.2. I'll try it like you did and see if there's any change...thanks for the tip!
     
  8. boriqua

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    Yes Adaptec... I hope it works out... Also you might want to check your ATA controller in your device manager and make sure your DVD-rom (and burner) is on ULTRA DMA and not on PIO ONLY...
     
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    Where are the I/O settings located...?
     

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