:o I aplogize for my first post, i guess this problem made me crazy he he
Thanks to chef and robbi
I solved the problem partialy. My HDD’s are in RAID 0 on SATA 1 and 2, and the RAID controller is using NVIDIA nForce4 RAID drivers for RAID (i guess) and [U]NVIDIA nForce4 ADMA Controller[/U] for SATA and ATA (i think). The problem about not being able to burn was in Transfer mode.
By default, on detecting my Pioneer, it was set
"[U]Let BIOS select transfer mode[/U]" which he did and it was “[U]Serial ATA Generation 1 - 1.5G[/U]”. By changing the Transfer mode to [U]PIO[/U] (which is the only option left beside Serial ATA Gen. 1) and restarting the PC the problem was solved.
But, as I’m not a very experienced user i would like to know is there any other option i should see in the drop-down box (where i’m selecting transfer modes) beside those two mentioned above. Because…
In PIO transfer mode i’m able to burn or read DVD’s without problems, but CPU consuption is I think more than normal and data transfer is a little slower then usual.
From what i heared by googling trough the web is that the burner should not use PIO mode because its slow and uses CPU more then usual.
Also, many people suggested to set SATA in Lagay mode or IDE or what i know. I tryed to find it in BIOS (where it should be) with no success.
My MB is about 3 years old and the model is [U]DFI LanParty UT nF4 SLI-D[/U]. Anyone who is familiar with BIOS that can help on the problem?