Slave Cd Rw / Dvd rom drive has choppy playback

[qanda]This thread is about the Lite-On SOHC - 5232K BULK. Click here to see full specs[/qanda]hello i am brand new here but i have used this site before to help me, today i baught a lite-on combo sohc - 5232k cd-rw/dvd rom drive and when i play a movie from the drive with power dvd its choppy. what i really want to do is make backups oh my videos that i make but when i do their all pixilated, so im not sure what to do or how to fix it also i guess my system aspi is corrupted does that mean anything? if i need to run a nero test can you tell me how? thanks i really appreciate this guys!
im pretty sure i put this in wrong place sorry if i did

@ supermasterpig,

Welcome to the Forum.

The CD Freaks Froum has a dedicated Lite-ON DVD Burner Forum (http://club.cdfreaks.com/f44/) where Lite-On Optical Drive questions/problems are appropriately addressed. Unfortunately you have posted in the CDFreaks dedicated Pioneer DVD Burner Forum.

Usually the most obvious cause of “choppy” and/or “pixilated” problems is caused by the use of poor quality problematic Media. To prevent “choppy” and/or “pixilated” problems only use known proven high quality error free Media such as Taiyo Yuden or Verbatim Media which has an excellent proven track record of consistently producing quality error free results.

If you desire to obtain information on the use of N e r o CD-DVD Speed (http://www.cdspeed2000.com/files/NeroCDSpeed_47716.zip) software program suggest reviewing the “CD-DVD Speed - A user guide” (http://club.cdfreaks.com/f96/cd-dvd-speed-user-guide-192563). If you desire information on how to perform a “Disc Quality Scan” of your Burned DVD Media disk refer to item #15 “Base Test: Disc Quality”

Regards,
bjkg

well umm its not the play back on the cd or dvd its playing the video on ym computer its alittle slow and choppy sound and then when i copy the movie to another dvd disc with my other burner its pixelated and not watchable any suggestions? do i need the ausio thing that goes from the drive to mother board? i got one for my dvd rewritable and everything works perfect for it

@ supermasterpig,

You have either fully ignored or inadvertently overlooked all comments concerning the most obvious cause of “choppy” and/or “pixilated” problems – the use of poor quality problematic Media. Once again obtain known proven high quality error free Media such as Taiyo Yuden or Verbatim Media which has an excellent proven track record of consistently producing quality error free results.

Explain in detail exactly what “the [B]ausio[/B] thing that goes from the drive to mother board” is that you are referring to? Perchance are you referring to an Ultra DMA (80-Conductor) IDE/ATA Cable (http://www.pcguide.com/ref/hdd/if/ide/confCable80-c.html)? Or perchance are you referring to a 2-Pin SP-DIF Digital CD-ROM Audio Cable (http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=83000&CatId=69)?

If you have suspicion that this “thing that that goes from the drive to mother board” might be the cause of your “choppy” and/or “pixilated” problems why haven’t you already installed this item?

Regards,
bjkg

it is not the cd’s or dvd’s i am using they come out perfectly fine if i take things off of my hard drive and burn them. i was refering to the audio cable that goes from the drive to the motherboard do you think this would be the problem? if i did not have one in and i did not recieve one when i got the drive and i do not know if my mother board can have two audio cable slots. the video is choppy when i try to play them from the drive thus, when i ripp my video from the drive and burn it to another dvd on the dvd burner with media i know is good it is all messed up. Another thing i noticed is that it is stuck in pio no matter if i uninstall the whole cable it starts up back in pio and i cannot change it.

thank you very much for trying to help me

There is no need for an audio cable these days anymore…