High Pikes on K-Probe scans

vbimport

#1

Hi,

I have always seen regular patter high pikes on my K-Probe Scans. I dont know if it is a problem of the DVD Writer or not.

Does anyone know why I have that high pikes pattern (see attached scan) on my scans?

I use an Athlon 1.39 Ghz on a QDI KinetiZ 7E-A with 512 SDRAM.
My OS is Windows XP. My DVD Writer is a LiteOn 811S with HS0P firmware (though I’ve seen that pattern with past firmware versions).

Regards
corp


#2

Ive seen that with nforce ide drivers. also make sure your using ASPI 4.6 as your interface.


#3

nforce ide drivers? Do you mean motherboard drivers?..

The only “nforce” drivers I have installed are the Graphic card ones. But I cant figure out how graphic card drivers could interfere with K-Probe.

I have a GeForce2 MX400.

corp


#4

Yep, motherboard drivers. Roll back to the standard MS IDE drivers if you have NVidia’s IDE drivers installed, they should be better. Also, is it a 401/411 modded to 811?
If so :
http://club.cdfreaks.com/showthread.php?t=95088
should help.


#5

Was talking about moterboard ide drivers not video drivers…it doenst sound like you have a nforce motherboard. id say you have a modded 411to811 drive…common thing i hear with those. just ignore the spikes anyways.


#6

Hmmm.

I have a 811 itself, not a 411to811.

As I said on my first message, I have a QDI Motherboard (QDI KinetiZ 7E-A), so no nvidia drivers installed I guess…

Thanks for the link Bhairav, I was searching for “high spikes” on the forum with no success.

corp