Yes I already did but they trew it away years ago I got some replies with SafeDisc reading times of 2:40 minutes or so!
It could be another problem. Here's some information I gathered. I am not to credit for this but some exellent help from one of the CloneClinic members (forgot his name and I can't seem to get on the forum now):
This is more for wrting than for reading but look at the solutions. They could also effect the reading:
WRTING AT 16X OR HIGHER WITH IDE WRITERS:
Sometimes if your drive takes a long time to read and write a game, it has something to
do with your system not being able to correctly communicate with your drives. This either
has something to do with the wrong or old "VIA drivers" for your IDE busses or some wrong
or bad settings in the BIOS.
WHAT TO LOOK FOR:
When your system has one of the problems mentioned above, your writer will constantly go
to BURN-proof and the light of the drive will switch from orange (writing mode) to green
(BURN-proof mode). If this is the case, so if it goes from orange to green, to orange to
green, etc, etc. you can be sure your system isn't correctly figured.
This is probably the problem: Uninstall you old VIA drivers. The easiest way to do this
is to re-run the last install you used (if you still have it) and selecting "UNINSTALL".
Now go to the VIA website and download the latest drivers. Install these new drivers and
do a test burn to see if there are improvements. If not you should go to the BIOS:
Load optimal setting in your BIOS. You can get in your BIOS by hitting the "DELETE" key
after starting your computer. But be CAREFUL, if you do not have a clue what your doing
here, it's best to write down the old settings so you can always go back and reset them!
If this also doesn't make any difference, try to disable the (possible) other device on
the same IDE bus as your burner. You should open your computer and pull all plugs from
this device. Only disable the device that is on the SAME IDE bus, other devices like a
harddisc on another IDE bus should not be disabled since the computer won't start up
without it if the OS is on this harddisc
Now test it again. It should be ok now...