Ok, I tried to do a serach about this topic but didnt help me too much.
I Dont know if people can burn at (16X) at these days but i cant.
Ok, Firstlly i have an Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe with Athlon 64 3200 CPU, 1 GB Memory (Corsair) with a NT6600 GT Nvidea Video Card, so i dont know if i need more machine to handle a 16X Burning.
Im using a 200 GB WD IDE Hard Disc and the Internal Benq DW1620 Burner with the B7V9RPC1 Speedpatched BY MCSE of Ala42. The HD its in the Primary IDE at Master, Burner in Secundary IDE at Master too... both using 80 Pin IDE Cables.
The HD and the Burner are controlled by the Nforce4 Parallel ATA Controller.
HD with Ultra DMA 5 - Ultra 100 Enabled and the Benq with Ultra DMA 2 - Ultra 33 enabled
I have read that the nvidea drivers could be the problem but i got back to the Microsoft Standar IDE Controller and got worse results (Ripping at 2X) when i could rip at 16x using the Nvidea Controllers.
Ohh... im Using Verbatim 16x Media MCC 004 and Verbatim 8X Media MCC 003 (Using MCC 004 Strategy since they are suppostly able to manage 16X Burns)
Im using DVD Decrypter. Havent tried any other Burnig Program.
Well, thats all... i would like to know if any of these parameters its wrong, or any other suggestion... any problem whit using DVD Decrypter??... and what about those Nvidea Drivers??.. Thats all..
Thanks In Advance,