Why does my 115BXL maximum read speed of DVDR force limited to 8x

vbimport

#1

Why does my 115BXL maximum read speed of DVDR force limited to 8x, but the speed should be 12x by offical announce.
and I think it’s bugs when I used “Nero DVD Speed” the speed sittings in tab “ScanDisc” or "Disc Quality " make this issue occured.
and now. I can’t find the the way to change maximum read speed back…

here is the transfer benchmark:sad:


#2

Welcome to CD Freaks. :flower:

If possible, try to use an older version of CD-DVD Speed and try again. You may fnd a few older versions here: http://www.videohelp.com/tools/Nero_CD-DVD_Speed?oldversions=1#download. The newer versions have a bit of an issue with TRT, and this may or may not affect your results.

I personally suggest downloading 4.7.7.5, and trying again. :iagree:

Also, I suggest doing the Burst Rate test [press “F6” on your keyboard"] with the same DVD in the drive, and posting the results. This will indicate if there is something wrong between your drive and the rest of your computer.


#3

Try using MSCE to patch read speed. I don’t think pioneer drives are riplocked to begin with, so I would also check to make sure that you’re in DMA mode. As for 12x, 16x is the maximum read speed I believe


#4

thanks for your help!

I had set the speed settings back to “maximum” both in tab “Disc Quality” and “DiscScan”

but…:sad:



#5

[quote=Homeless;2049330]Try using MSCE to patch read speed. I don’t think pioneer drives are riplocked to begin with, so I would also check to make sure that you’re in DMA mode. As for 12x, 16x is the maximum read speed I believe

[/quote]

already check those settings correctly and patch “read speed”, but it doesn’t work

I remember this problem occured when I use DVR-109 too. and it can be easily solved by the tool named “Quiet Drive Utility” release from official website.
but the DVR115 lost the support now:(


#6

Can you please try doing a burst rate test? Thanks. :slight_smile:


#7

Looks like your drive does not use UDMA.
Post the result of the Nero CD-DVD Speed burst transfer test, you need a disk with some data in the drive to run the test. It should display about 30 MB/sec.
Check the DMA settings of your source and target drive.


#8

thanks for helping



#9

Have you checked your dma settings yet?


#10

it set to be UDMA66 mode automaticly



#11

If you have the problem with all DVDs, try the Microsoft IDE driver instead of the NVidia driver. You could try to disconnect the HD for a test and uncheck ‘Let BIOS select transfer mode’ and force it to the slower but fast enough UDMA2 and test again after a reboot. Also make sure you use a 80 wire flat IDE cable.


#12

thanks for teaching:flower:

i think the following option maybe would help,because the same problem with DVR-109 on my machine can be sovled when I uncheck it and apply.
But the sweet tool don’t support DVR-115:sad:



#13

Do you have a drive tomake a Qscan on that DVD-R disc or just mnake a TRT??