Please, This stuff isnâ€™t that difficult.
Re-read my initial posting and visit the links I provided for DVDInfo Pro and Nero Info Tool.
Using DVDInfo Pro is easy to use and will provide the Manufacturer/Model Number/Firmware Version of your DVD-ROM. Just install DVDInfo Pro and open the program and it will tell you the Manufacturer/Model Number/Firmware Version of your DVD-ROM. Itâ€™s that simple.
Pleases provide the your DVD-ROM Manufacturer/Model Number/Firmware Version. It might be that we need to install a newer firmware for your DVD-ROM. If so weâ€™ll walk you through the procedure but first we need to know your DVD-ROM Manufacturer/Model Number/Firmware Version.
Using Nero Info Tool is easy to use and will provide information concerning your IDE Channels. Just install Nero Info Tool and open it up and click on â€œConfigurationâ€ Icon and it will display all your IDE channels and tell you whatâ€™s connected to what. Itâ€™s that simple.
Also we need to check a setting in AnyDVD which concerns drive speed. Open AnyDVD and on the Opening Page look on the top menu bar and click on â€œDriveâ€. On the Drive page that appears look under â€œSpeedâ€ and un-check â€œEnable Speed Controlâ€. This will slow down the speed of you DVD-ROM. Also look around on that page and look and at all the drop down menus choices and you will see that you can control how fast you drives will run. If you have these settings set to â€œFast & Noisyâ€ your drive will be noisy. I have a Lite-On DVD-ROM and if I set to Fast & Noisy it sounds like itâ€™s going to blow up.