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Slow Write Speeds

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by tic62, Feb 13, 2005.

  1. tic62

    tic62 Guest

    Using A ts-h552b Burner won't write no faster than 1.8 speed on nero express or easy meda 7 All Blanks disk are 8x tried all brands with no increase in write speed need help system 3.0 processer 512 ram
     
  2. jim_dandy

    jim_dandy Active member

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    Check your manufactures website for a firmware update for your burner.
     
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  3. Balaam

    Balaam Regular member

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    and make sure your HD is set to DMA mode, and try defragmenting your PC.
     
  4. tic62

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    Updated firmware no luck defraged cpu no better I am not sure how to check the DMA setting for hard drive Need help the best speed i can get is 1.8 write speed on Nero while using 8x DVD+ and DVD- tried all brands
    of blank meda The Model Is a TSST Corp ts-h552b running firm ware ts04 Also unpluged IDE cable no luck and power supply
     
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    right click my computer/properties/hardware/device manager:http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/device/storage/IDE-DMA.mspx
     
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    Is this an external burner? through a USB 2 port?
    If it is an external burner then make sure it runs through a USB 2 port or otherwise you will there forever trying to do anything.
     
  7. Mort81

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    tic62,

    Try what jim_dandy said first. If that's not the problem, go into device manager and disable your dvdrw then reboot, check in device manager, if windows did not reenable the drive, do so and reboot again if you had to reanable it yourself. Try that.
     
  8. tic62

    tic62 Guest

    Thanks All I was able to change the DMA setting also I whent to CDRinfo and found a new update instaled speeds are better now
     

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