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I just got this drive and hooked it up and it burns ok but slowly. When I check the nero drive info. it tells me thats its a CLV drive instead of a CAV drive. Because of this it runs at ~20x all over. Now sure this is OK in terms of speed, but its not what I want it to do. Any ideas how to get it to go CAV as it should? I already updated the firmware on the drive. The CPU usage seems high to me which would indicate a DMA problem. Any ideas if this is the problem and how to fix it?


AMD 1100
512 ram
Ge4 4400ti video
Winxp Pro

Drive Information
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Drive : LITE-ON LTR-52327S
Type : CD-RW Recorder
Firmware Version : QS0C
Buffer Size : 2 MB
Date : ?
Serial Number : ?
Drive Letter : G:\
Location : 1:0
Mechanism : Tray
Read Speed : 52, 48, 40, 32, 24, 16, 12, 8, 4 X
Write Speed : 8, 4 X

Read CD Text : Yes
Return C2 Pointers : Yes
Read CD-R : Yes
Read CD-RW : Yes
Read DVD-ROM : No
Read DVD-RAM : No
Read DVD-R : No
Read DVD-RW : No
Read DVD+R : No
Read DVD+RW : No
Read Digital Audio : Yes
Read CD+G : Yes
Read VideoCD : Yes

Write CD-R : Yes
Write CD-RW : Yes
Write DVD-R : No
Write DVD-RW : No
Write DVD+R : No
Write DVD+RW : No
Write DVD-RAM : No
Buffer Underrun Protection : No
Mount Rainier : Yes
Modes : Packet, TAO, DAO, SAO, RAW SAO, RAW SAO 16, RAW SAO 96, RAW DAO 16, RAW DAO 96

Adapter 2
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Description : Secondary IDE Channel

Driver
Description : System32\DRIVERS\atapi.sys
Company : Microsoft Corporation
Version : 5.1.2600.1106 (xpsp1.020828-1920)
Description : IDE/ATAPI Port Driver

Attached Devices
Description : Master: LITE-ON LTR-52327S
Type : CD-Rom Drive
DMA : On
Autorun : On
Description : Slave: IDE DVD-ROM 16X
Type : CD-Rom Drive
DMA : On
Autorun : On

Software Information
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Operating System : Windows XP Professional (5.01.2600 Service Pack 1)
ASPI : Win32 Nero Aspi Library 2.0.1.59 Ahead Software AG

ASPI Information
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System ASPI

wnaspi32.dll : 4.57 (1008) 48128 bytes December 22, 1997
aspi32.sys : 4.57 (1008) 23936 bytes December 22, 1997
winaspi.dll : 4.57 (1008) 5600 bytes December 22, 1997
wowpost.exe : 4.57 (1008) 4672 bytes December 22, 1997

Nero ASPI

WNASPI32.DLL : 2.0.1.59 160016 bytes January 29, 2003

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Last Post by TallCool1
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got it fixed. it was in DMA multipage 2 mode and I ended up going back to the BIOS under the HDD detect area and had it detect the CD and DVD as HD's and that allowed WINXP pro to change the DMA mode higher. Before I didn't have the bios detecting the opticals, I just let windows get them itself.

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