Introduction and Question

Hello freaks,

 I'm turned 32 in april was raised by do it yourself-ers, so i consider my self resourceful at least, right after high school i got into computers  then  found other stuff in life that well will just say that was a dead end, but i am back and with a new found fire  am really enjoying the computer industry  internet is so much faster and so r  computers  since 1995 , I am envolved in FTA, gaming online and burning DVD   movies  new stuff mainly and  have a problem   i have all these good movies in my puter  but can only burn 2 or 3 dvd's a day am runing   

Intel Celeron Dual Core E1200 / 1.6 GHz
Multi-Core processor technology Dual-Core
64-bit processor Yes
Installed Qty 1
Max processors supported 1
Cache Memory
Type L2 cache
Installed Size 512 KB
Mainboard
Chipset type Intel 945GC Express
Data bus speed 800 MHz
RAM
Installed Size 1 GB / 2 GB (max)
Technology DDR2 SDRAM
Memory speed 667 MHz
Memory specification compliance PC2-5300
RAM form factor DIMM 240-pin
RAM configuration features 2 x 512 MB

I there something i can do to speed up my time i saw about fire wall, and other setting but i couldn’t find the Primary IDE properties

any help thanks

Hi shawnricky

Welcome to CDFreaks

You can use Nero Inf Tool to find the IDE Proprieties, its a free program

http://www.cdfreaks.com/software/Diagnostic_-Utility/Nero/Nero-InfoTool.html

I suggest getting this app, Nero InfoTool can often mis-read certain chipsets.

It will provide a wealth of info regarding your system, Here’s one of my burners:

[I]Informations CD-Rom PIONEER DVD-RW DVR-115D :
[B]IDE Channel : #1 - Master Drive [/B]
Manufacturer : PIONEER
Model : PIONEER DVD-RW DVR-115D
Revision : 1.18
Serial ATA : No
Support : ATA/ATAPI-7
Cache : 64 KB
IORDY : Yes
LBA Mode : Yes
DMA Mode : Yes
NCQ Mode : No
SCT Mode : No
DCO Mode : No
NV Cache : No
TCQ Mode : No
CFA Power Mode : No
SETMAX : No
Multiword DMA Mode : 2
PIO Mode : PIO 4
UDMA Mode max. : 4 (ATA-66)
[B]UDMA Mode Enabled : 4 (ATA-66) [/B]
[/I]

UDMA Mode [B]Enabled[/B] is what you want to see.