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XCOPY TAKES TO LONG TO RIP MOVIETO HARD DRIVE

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agent09 
Inactive

4 Jun 2003 10:38 PM
PLEASE IF ANYONE CAN HELP ME IT IS TAKING ME NEARLY 120MIN 2 FOR XCOPY TO RIP A MOVE
TO THE HARD DRIVE BEFORE IT WRITES I AM USING A P4 2.0G WINDOWS XP 1GIG RAM 80G HARDDRIVE I ALSO HAVE PRISSI AND RECORD NOW SOFTWARE INSTALLED I AM USING A PIONEER A04 AT 2X

THNAKS JOE
ireland 
AfterDawn Addict

4 Jun 2003 11:14 PM
PLEASE RIGHT CLICK MY COMPUTER AND...select properties,select hardware,selecT device manager,look for IDE ATA/ATAPI CONTROLERS click the +, right click primary channel, properties,select advanced settings,
look for transfer mod,click down arrow to the right and select DMA INSTEAD OF PIO..
DO THE SAME FOR THE SECONDARY CHANNELL,CLOSE AND REBOOT,NOW TEST YOUR RIP.....

ALSO UNINSTALL DLA,.....

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Glass 
Inactive

4 Jun 2003 11:26 PM
Add one little thing to what ireland suggested. Keep you hard drive defragged.
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dvdS.L.S 
Junior Member

17 Jun 2003 12:43 AM
Hi Chickadee,
DLA is a software writing packett.Mine came
with my Dvd burner DRU500AX.
Whatever yours may come with,DON"T INSTALL IT !!!!
I don't have an advanced tab for ide controllers either.hope you get an answer to this one because I would like to know also.
Sorry I couldn't be more help.
You should let people know what kind of operating system you have.Then they can help
you more easily.
dvdS.L.S
win Xp Pro
Athlon XP2000+
Maxtor 60gb @7200 rpm.
Apacer 512MB DDR266
GeForce2 MX400 64MB
Sony500AX
Win.XP PRO
If life is a bowl of cherries,what am I doing in the pits !!!
dvdS.L.S 
Junior Member

17 Jun 2003 12:53 AM
It's me again Chickadee,
Perhaps like me you misread what Ireland said.
When you get to the device manager,
you click on the + sign beside the ide controller and that will open up the primary
channel.Right on it,left click on properties
and at the top you will see the advanced stuff.
dvdS.L.S
Athlon XP2000+
Maxtor 60gb @7200 rpm.
Apacer 512MB DDR266
GeForce2 MX400 64MB
Sony500AX
Win.XP PRO
If life is a bowl of cherries,what am I doing in the pits !!!
Conrad 
Inactive

17 Jun 2003 11:37 AM
Chickadee and dvdS.L.S,
It sounds like both of you have the Intel Application Accelerator or IAA installed. If you do you will NOT have the Advanced Tab show up in the properties selection for the IDE Controller's. To find out if you have it check in Add/Remove programs and see if it's listed there. To change the DMA/PIO run the Intel application accelerator from your Programs menu. There you will be able to change each device on a chain to either PIO or DMA and the various associated modes.



PIV 2.8G, 1 Gig Rambus Memory, XP SP1
400 Gig HD Storage
Sony DRU 500AX, Liteon LTD166
waysherr 
Junior Member

17 Jun 2003 3:42 PM
conrad is correct. if you have IAA installed your drives will automatically be set to DMA(probably DMA ultra2). u should be able to see this during p.o.s.t.,but u have to be quick its not on screen long....with 2 hr. read time it does'nt sound like u have DMA.
waysherr
toolman18 
Senior Member

17 Jun 2003 7:51 PM
You can get more info. on this topic at Intel:
http://support.intel.com/support/chipsets/index.htm
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Conrad 
Inactive

18 Jun 2003 9:46 AM
Chickadee,
Without IAA installed, your two main motherboard IDE primary and secondary channels do not have the Advanced tab show up in properties?

PIV 2.8G, 1 Gig Rambus Memory, XP SP1
400 Gig HD Storage
Sony DRU 500AX, Liteon LTD166
Glass 
Inactive

18 Jun 2003 4:28 PM
Chickadee & dvdS.L.S

Sorry I have misunderstood anything, but lets see if I have got your problem correct.

You are concerned about the read (rip) times of a Sony burner? If that is your problem, you are stuck in the mud unless you get a cheap DVD-Rom player.

The Sony burner is extremely slow in rip times. Do not believe their ads or their stated times. Ripping at 2x is just about as fast as that burner can go for encrypted movies. Granted, computer type files can be read at a faster speed. This has been verified by many of us old timers since the earliest days of DVD burning.

If that is not what you meant, let me know and I will see if I can be of more help.
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ireland 
AfterDawn Addict

18 Jun 2003 10:26 PM
Most of us here,use a DVD-ROM Lite-on 166s..$36.00
rip times are very fast,vidio or audio

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ETP 
Inactive

22 Jun 2003 8:13 AM
Check NEWEGG.COM. That is where I got my 166s. Great machine.
ETP 
Inactive

22 Jun 2003 8:17 AM
PS/ You will never rip at 16x. There is something in the software/DVD that slows the process down. Be sure to flash your Liteon with the curent firmware at these sites!

http://www.jlms.com.tw/download.htm

http://www.pioneeraus.com.au/multimedia/software/software_files.htm#DVD-Recorders

http://www.liteonit.com.tw/english/index-english.htm
pogo
ETP 
Inactive

23 Jun 2003 5:26 PM
4X TO 6X. 8x/maybe/sometimes/every odd Sunday??????????? My last firmware flash seemed to help on the liteon. It is very slow on the xpress version when reading the dvd.
xgasman 
Senior Member

25 Jun 2003 6:36 PM
Chickadee_

If your mobo has HIGHPOINT controller for the drives they show up in DEVICE MANAGER as SCSI....PROMISE does the same. If you have regular INTEL controllers it's usually advised to put your cdrom/dvdrom/dvdr/w on them and put your harddrives on the HIGHPOINT controller.
xgasman 
Senior Member

26 Jun 2003 2:51 PM
Chickadee_

Are you using IAA, the INTEL acceleration for the IDE controller? If so that may be why you can't access the DMA/PIO ADVANCED tab. If not then I guess that apparently all your motherboard IDE controllers may be being controlled by the HIGHPOINT driver. Are they all ATA66/100/133?
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