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writer jumper question - 12/1/2004 3:08:32 AM   
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Hello
I work on a 64bit pc unfortuantelly not under 64bit opearting system.
what i would like to do is install 2 writers a dvd one and a cd one on the same ide cable.
i dont care about on the fly copy since its not stable
I want to be sure although that i will have the best write results with both devices when i burn data from hd.
If this can be done what must be the configuration of the writer's jumpers?

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RE: writer jumper question - 12/1/2004 3:26:49 AM   
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Try DVD as master and CD as slave. The jumbers should be on the appropriate position and avoid the CS ( cable select), use the master and slave jumber positions.

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RE: writer jumper question - 12/1/2004 7:30:48 AM   
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I done u configuration but it is defently not what i am searching for
The writing buffer is now more unstable when writing data dvd from a hard disk
thank u anyways
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RE: writer jumper question - 12/1/2004 9:51:08 AM   
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This is the most common configuration. If this is not working for you try alternatives. Do you have DMA enable for you drives?

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RE: writer jumper question - 12/2/2004 12:45:46 AM   
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yes i know its the most common interface, but i am not a common user
and yes
dma is enabled
a big dissadvatage of that configuration is that i cannot use the slave drive at all, during the writing process of the master
but basically the dvd writing is not smooth so i cannot keep them that way

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RE: writer jumper question - 12/2/2004 2:48:20 AM   
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What about the drivers of your m/b, are they up to date?

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RE: writer jumper question - 12/2/2004 5:10:50 AM   
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yes i have installed asus update for that
its ok
i bought a controller for the hd to solve the problem

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