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sounds lke you are on top of things

hmm so you basically just changed out your MB, RAM, and CPU and left every thing else the same...

I have never heard of it before, but can there be campatabilty issues with a DVD burner and a mother board? sounds stupid I know, but might be worth emailing the manufacturers about.

I would check out the rail on your PSU just sure. It might be 600W's but if not all the rails are working properly...

If I were in your shoes I would re-format and re-install every thing again and then begin unplugging stuff
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post #12 of 13
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Originally Posted by Vagrant Storm
sounds lke you are on top of things

hmm so you basically just changed out your MB, RAM, and CPU and left every thing else the same...
Pretty much.

I changed the mobo, RAM, CPU, and PSU, and I added a SATA HD....the case, floppy, and 2 DVD drives stayed the ame.


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Originally Posted by Vagrant Storm
If I were in your shoes I would re-format and re-install every thing again and then begin unplugging stuff

but that sounds ugly

Luckily, I have my OS on a 80GB partition by itself, but I really don't want to do that again........ (I know, I know.....)


I'll let everyone know if I get it fixed and what did it LOL
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Just an update................




both drives are running on ful DMA mode now........


Oh, you want to know what I did? How it was fixed? What the problem was?



Frankly....so would I!!!!!!



What I did was go on vacation for 3 days. I came back and figured I might as well burn something that's been backlogged, since I had an hour and a half free.....and it pops up and says 14 minutes for encoding/compression cycle........I let it finish, did a whole disc in 34 minutes and went into the device manager......the drives now show as working in DMA mode......and I didn't do anything.


I guess it's good, it's working, but man, now it's in the back of my mind that it's gonna pop back up again in the future.......
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