Slow burning with new BenQ 1655

Hello guys… I really need som help here.

Just watching a dvd, makes the dvd, and mouse lags.

When burning with either DVDdecrypter or Nero, Burning will not go over 1xspeed. This Dvd it a Verbatim 16X DVD-R. Also when burning mouse lags.
When burning it takes about 1 hour atleast…

I updated the firmware to “BCIB”. But with no result.

This has happend to my other drives olso. Before this one “BenQ 1655”. I had a NEC 4571A. That one made the same problems… So then I change it to this NEW BenQ 1655 I just got today.

— I looked in the device manager. An one of the IDE’s run PIO. Thats bad, right?

So I guess this has something to do with my mainboard? Or what the heck can it
be? Getting real tired of changings drives… and so are the store !

Hope I can get som PROF help here! THX

An one of the IDE’s run PIO. Thats bad, right?

Yep, need to be in DMA for all drives.

Http://www.gratishost.dk/fil2.php?id=304

Try to uninstall the ide-controller in the device manager and then reboot.
That Should help.
Update your chipset driver afterwards.

EDIT:
I see in your second attachement that the BenQ, which is on the secondary IDE-channel, works in PIO-Mode.

So do, what I mentioned above.

OK! But how do I make it run DMA then ??

If everything runs correctly, it should reinstall the IDE channels automatically - with DMA-ON!

Your chipset is from Intel - so download the latest Chipset Install Utility from their homepage.

I have now tried to reinstall the IDE channels, and set DMA to on. But after restart, its still running PIO !#¤L%"#"!

I try install the latest chipset driver.

Thx for helping!

Is the jumper set to master?
Do you use an 80-wire cable?? I would try another cable…

damn… can’t find my board on http://downloadfinder.intel.com =(

My mainboard is “MSI, Intel P965 Express Neo”.

I have not change the jumper. Is it not as Defalt master?

And Im using the cable that went with mainboard. So I am guessing Im use 80-wire cable

http://downloadfinder.intel.com/scripts-df-external/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=N&ProductID=2529&DwnldID=11454&strOSs=44&OSFullName=Windows*%20XP%20Professional&lang=eng
That should be the right driver…
You were searching at the wrong place…
Your board is from Msi, so you will only find it at the MSI homepage :wink:
But the chipset is the important thing, the latest drivers can be found at the Intel-Homepage.

If you have another cable, try it!

greets! :slight_smile: