Okay… I’ve tried for days to fix this, but I can’t find a solution on Google or on this site. I hope I don’t sound too much like a noob with this.
I purchase, create or download various video files: AVIs, MP4s, etc. I convert them in Cucucsoft (which I purchased, thank you) to Video_TS files. I then burn them using DVDShrink or ImbBurn onto DVDs. This all worked fine in WinXP. I recently upgraded my computer and went with Windows 7 RC 64 bit and plan to purchase the new OS when it comes out. Here’s my problem.
The Cucusoft conversion works fine. Burning with ImgBurn seems to work fine. But when I play the DVD in my players, the video is obnoxiously stuttery. Audio is fine. From what I’ve learned here and on Google, it seems like it’s a problem with the DVD drive. I installed the latest MB drivers and SATA MB drivers from ASUS, to no avail.
Does anyone have any insight into why this would be happening. My setup:
CPU: Intel Core2 Duo 8400
MB: Asus P5Q Pro
DVD Drive: LG GH22LS30 (SATA)
OS: Windows 7 RC 64bit
I set the BIOS on-chip SATA mode to ACHI. Type is set to AUTO. PIO Mode i set to AUTO. DMA Mode is set to AUTO. Do I need to set PIO Mode to 4? Do I need to set DMA Mode to UDMAS? Will any of these things help?
Is it the drive, the OS, the MB or something else? If it’s the drive, can you recommend a DVD drive that will work with Win7 64bit?