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sound/video choppy while burning

Discussion in 'Audio' started by clwncarni, Jan 23, 2005.

  1. clwncarni

    clwncarni Member

    Jan 15, 2005
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    system specs: 3800 AMD 64bit
    1 GB corsair ddr400
    Audigy 2 ZS sound card
    4200ti 8x agp nvidia vid card
    LG 52*32*52*16 combo drive (primary)
    Asus 16x +/- DVD-RW/R9 dvd writer (secondary)

    My problem is when I burn a DVD with my Asus drive sound and audio is skippy on my computer. When I use my LG drive to read dvd's the sound/vid is fine. I am running DMA support on for both IDE drives. Will the computer skip no matter what becuase the burning of the dvd requires too much system resources or can I set it up diff. to make it smoother... thanks
  2. diabolos

    diabolos Guest

    I don't know if you could set it up any differntly but I will advise you to stop multi tasking durning optical burning sessions. Using your other optical drives while burning (unless they don't share the same ATA port) should be prohibited.

    Thats my opinion,

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