Try resetting your DMA first and see if that helps.
This is a little script tool to reset your DMA on all of your drives if you’re ever in doubt. I think it is a lot easier than doing it manually plus for those that are not too familiar with doing this.
Ok all you do is download this to your desktop then when done double click it click OK and it’ll do it’s magic, after that you must reboot your PC for the settings to take effect.
I nor others have had any issues from using this but need to put this small disclaimer up for legal reasons too.
You can use the following VBS script to reset your DMA mode in windows without having to go through the guides.
[B]Be warned that this COULD damage your computer and therefore you use it at your own risk.[/B]
[B][U]DMA Reset Tool[/U][/B]
Despite any warnings click on the [Open] or [Execute] buttons as required to execute the file resetdma.vbs.
If the program found any ATA channel to reset, reboot your computer and test all drives.
If the problem is still not solved, set the offending channel to PIO manually, reboot your computer, set the channel back to DMA, and reboot again."
So use with caution & again I say it’s safer to do this manually via Device Manager.