Slow Ripping and Burning

vbimport

#1

I just upgraded to the newest CloneDVD2 and now I cone dvds in 1:10 minutes. On the older version I was able to clone any dvd in less than 45min. I when back to the old version and it still takes longer than an hour. What changed and how can I fix it. :frowning:


#2

It seems only some of the users experince this new phenomenon. I have posted my personal impressions on this matter (http://club.cdfreaks.com/showthread.php?t=115943)) that are the same as yours. I am still convinced that the prevoius version of CloneDVD2 was faster. I have checked it. No clue what might be the reason.


#3

I also use CloneDVD2 2.5.4.3 and it takes over an hour to copy a DVD.
I have an LG 4160B burner.

Juan
:sad:


#4

you guys that are seeing this - post your system specs.


#5

bump… Please post system specs… I have not noticed this as of yet but want to see what the issue may be…


#6

Dell Inspiron 9100

CPU: Intel P4 2.8 HT 800MB FSB
Memory: 512
Video: ATI Radeon 9700 128MB
Hard Drive: 40GB
DVD Drive: 4x
CloneDVD2 2.5.4.3
AnyDVD


#7

Hi,

I also had a slow CloneDVD experience, but all fixed now.
The cause of my slowness was the AMD quite and cool driver was activated. Disabled, and back on to the fast tracks !

@ Heffer you mention that gonig back a version is still slow, have you checked your DMA settings out ??


#8

Where do I find my DMA settings?


#9

letsgojets sums this up nicely in his post here

also do you know what bus master drivers you are using ?


#10

IT WORKS!!!

Uninstalling the primary IDE, and the secondary IDE set my my drives back to DMA. I clone dvds in 30-40 min now.