Strange problems with 1655!

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#1

Hey guys!

Im having problems burning discs higher that 2.4 speed. AND DMA IS enabled!

Im using the latest f/w for benq 1655 BCIB. Because its the only one than can burn Yudenen00 T02 dics…

The discs I use is “YUDEN000 T02” DVD+R 8X. I should be the best discs out there. So I can’t be that …

I took a test with “NERO CD/DVD SPEED”, so you can see it.

And not only slow speed but I get an error also… crap :confused:

But then when I try BenQ’s Qsuite “Test write” combined with imgburn. It "burns at 8x speed.

Hope someone can help me out here.


#2

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[B]Tryed Qscan:[/B]
Maybe I found the error … The discs cannot run at 2.4x speed :frowning: As you can see on the picture the error.

Running at 8x or 4x, NO problems :I


#3

I have tryed to Disable Solidburn, and Disable WOPC. But nothing help.

Now I tried to enabled Overspeed. And now it burns max at 4x speed.[I] (see picture below)[/I]
And then I run the disc to see the quality. Tjeck below! it sucks =(

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#4

I think you need to provide some details about your PC set up.

Are these genuine TY T02 disks? There are many fakes around.


#5

Yes ofcourse :slight_smile:

[B]My pc:[/B]
Processor - Intel Core 2 Duo / E6300 / 2MB / 1,86GHz / 1066FSB
Motherboard - MSI 965 neo-f
2 X 512 ddr2


#6

And the burner is connected to internal IDE connection or external USB?


#7

its connected to IDE internal. Only that is connected via IDE in my pc.

And the disks are 100% sure real pure TY =)


#8

Hi,

seems as if your mainboard does not have native IDE controllers any more, and you have connected your drive to a third party controller (Jmicron?), that is soldered onto your mainboard.
You may check the thread dealing with Jmicron controllers in the general optical drives forum.

Michael


#9

To bad $ntels latest C2D chipset left native IDE bus out… :a

Don’t know if this will make your situation any better [I]SaikoManSP[/I], but you can try to install JMicron JMB36* latest drivers.
Make sure you only install IDE drivers (if possible) to start with. :wink:


#10

thx for your respons… Tried installing the lastest JMicron JMB36

THEN, no errors came when burning. BUT, still slow burning as hell :confused: 2.4x max speed.

And its running i DMA mode, for sure


#11

Is it the mainboard ?? Anyone knows a better board for Intel Duo 2 E6300. I got now Intel P965 Neo-f


#12

I don’t think it’s your motherboard, it’s the JMicron JMB361 controller that acting up. If you can’t burn above 2.4x then UDMA is not properly set.

Alternatives:

  • Try to uninstall the JMicron controller in Control Panel so Windows can redetect and install the standard MS IDE drives
  • Windows update often has new JMicron updates, check that also.
  • If still doesn’t work, check if there is any JMicron bios update (and/or Motherboad update).

#13

:confused: According to who? :confused: I use BCDC all the way and have used lots of YUDEN000T02.

Considering all the goofs introduced by firmwares after BCDC (bad WOPC operations, strange issues with burning speed etc…) i stick with BCDC. If all hardware tweaks fail, try uninstalling Qsuite, switch back to BCDC and reinstall Qsuite, maybe this will help, who knows.


#14

thx for all your suggettions. But I don’t want to work any more with this problem. So I talk with shop, where I bought it, and I can replace it with a new one.

So I think I try the Plextor 760SA (S-ATA). Since this board has so many problems with the native IDE. A good choice ?


#15

Well, since you’re asking in the Benq forum, you can have negative comments. And if you would post it in the Plextor forum, you’d have positive comments. LOL :bigsmile:

My personal choice would still be the Benq, as I think that Plextor burners are not what they used to be, and I find the 1650/55 burning quality the best over a wide range of media. I’d rather recommend a Pioneer 111D than a Plex, but that’s me. I guess there’s nothing wrong with the Plex.

Another great choice IMO is one of the recent LG 18X burners (H22N, H42N, H50N).


#16

i975 mobos still retain a native IDE port off which you can hook 2 PATA burners but perhaps, the easier/cheaper option still is to get the latest JMicron driver 1st, I am using the beta drivers and they work swell for the 2 PATA burners on my Asus P5W Dlx DH (4 all in - 2 on native, 2 on JMicron).