[QUOTE=PsychedelicBabe;2035832]mow your really confusing me maybe i shouldnt have posted on here look i really am a noob…i used to just download my film then when it was finished it would be converted via my win avi…i go to burn the film and the speed changes half way through the burn and it says burn failed at 2x speed but it used to burn them perfectly…maybe i should just give up and carry on watching them via my media player…[/QUOTE]
We really will try to help you! It’s just that a lot of things can affect what you are talking about, and almost all of them are very easy to fix. But only if we can narrow things down.
The dvd’s you are using could be substandard, and you might have come across some that aren’t quite as good as before. It’s possible that your DMA setting has reverted to PIO. This would cause a slowdown. This is easy to test. Just go into Control Panel/Device Manager/Hardware and locate your Primary and Secondary IDE. Uninstall them, and reboot your computer. If the problem went away, that means that your device reverted to PIO mode. If you don’t know much about your media, you can download CDSPEED, and run it against one of your dvd’s.