I need some help guys,
My Nero Disc Scan speed on my new BenQ 1620 crawls at 1X speed. I’m not referring to the nero “ScanDisc” feature, but the disc scanning feature that can detect those PI and PIO errors.
Currently my config is:
ASUS A8N Deluxe MOBO
Using default Windows IDE drivers
2 IDE Channels only
IDE 0 Channel fully connected to 2 HDD (1 master, 1 slave)
IDE 1 Channel fully connected to 2 Optical Drives (1 BenQ 1620 Master, 1 ASUS 16X DVD-ROM slave)
Using 80-pin cable on IDE 0
Using 40-pin cable on IDE 1
BenQ 1620Pro is a new DVD burner using stock “T”-version firmware.
I also have an additional SATA HDD connected to my comp.
Can anyone help?
Also, I’m planning to upgrade my IDE drivers to nf4 drivers as I am having some problem with my HDD transfer rates. Will using nf4 IDE drivers affect the disc quality scan program (I heard from some that nforce IDE drivers cause conflict).
Finally I read that I need a 80-pin cable for it to work. Is this true? Must I really go buy a 80-pin cable, cos my mobo came bundled with only 1 80-pin cable that is currently used for my HDD