[QUOTE=pepst;2599769]Thanks for your reply.
I found out that my enclosure (or to be precious, USB to IDE/SATA adapter) uses a JMicron JM20337 chipset. Unfortunately, it does not work properly with my Plextor PX-760 drive.
Which chipsets are known to work with Plextor DVDR burners?[/QUOTE]
JMicron is mostly known for being a SATA-to-USB chipset maker, so their compatibility with IDE drives is a mystery.
Old school Sanyo-chipset Plextor drives should work with any of the standard IDE USB chipets, Cypress Semiconductor being the most well-known and compatible, but I’m sure that a Genesys Logic or NEC chipset will work as well.
Like I said, JMicron is not known for being an IDE chipset company – they built their reputation with SATA drives – so as long as you avoid them, you shouldn’t have any problems.