It’s a bit of a sad story that brought me here. I bought an 8800GT which is just an awesome card, but it was a bit longer than my previous 7800GT. This normally wouldn’t be a problem except that my mobo’s IDE connector is placed perpendicular to my PCI-E slot – and now the 8800GT just cut off that slot.
End result, my LG GSA-4167B IDE drive no longer had a place called home. I took it out and put it in my old USB enclosure that used to hold a Lite On burner. This enclosure worked perfectly well and could read and write disks fine with the Liteon.
Now though I put in the LG and while I can read disks just fine, I can’t write.I get a “Could not perform end of Disc-at-once” error each time, even during Simulation. And this drive worked perfectly well when it was connected via IDE, using the same media, same everything.
At first I thought the USB port of my PC might not have been updated to USB 2.0 and as such the low speed of USB 1.1 might be causing errors, but I’ve been doing checking and it seems I do have an Enhanced USB Controller installed and I don’t get those annoying “Your device could be faster” pop-ups so I believe I have USB 2.0 properly installed.
Any ideas what is causing the error? Is it because I moved it to an enclosure? I am seriously considering buying a new SATA burner because of this, but if anyone can solve the problem that would do just fine.
Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks.