Well, I thought I had the problem fixed, but only for 4x speed burning.
When I tried burning TY02 8X, FujiFilm DVD+Rs, at 8, 12 and 16x the recorder
buffer dance still happens, and burns take longer than what they should.
The higher the speed, the more buffer dance basically, I guess I'll have to
resort to using 4x. I've also noticed that the disk I've burned at higher speed...
skips the movie (played @ Phillips DVD642) for 10 seconds, quiet in few places.
Read buffer was stable though.
DMA enabled, hard drive defragmented, no other programs running.
Any ideas? System problem? Altough, it seems quiet a few people with this system problems with all role of thumb items (dma, defrag. etc) check out/ OR is it a faulty hardware by NEC?
It would be interesting to hear an official response from NEC. Maybe someone from the CDRINFO team could contact them, since they probably have some good contacts with the firm.