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Old 22nd January 2003, 19:39   #1  |  Link
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ripping speed from 10x to 2x....

hi all,

i have done lots of ripping with decrypter.it worked fast usually like 10/12 speed.which is very nice.but lately is dropped to about max 2x.....i tried ripping on other installation (on same hardware) and it was fast.so idecided to re-install my system which i did today.

well its faster now, but max of 4x, not even near what i used to have.

anybody an idea ? this is weird.i have nothing running and checked processes.which are the same as the other xp install i have.......well antivirus is there and MSN, but even with those disabled it still goes sloooww.....what to do ?? please help me out.
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just answered this question 2 minutes ago, don't want to write it again!

so pls read here:

http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?s=&threadid=43748

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Old 23rd January 2003, 18:26   #3  |  Link
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just answered this question 2 minutes ago, don't want to write it again!

so pls read here:

http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?s=&threadid=43748

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thanks alot! i already read that post...but then your answer wasnt there yet...but do i have to remove the controller itself, just the primary+secondary channels or both ?

thanks.
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no just uninstall it in the device manager. just be sure you uninstall the whole IDE bus controller (either primary or secondary) and not the drives themselves, as this would be of no use!

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Old 23rd January 2003, 23:26   #5  |  Link
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no just uninstall it in the device manager. just be sure you uninstall the whole IDE bus controller (either primary or secondary) and not the drives themselves, as this would be of no use!

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well i did what u told me.....but still it doesnt rip fast....i deleted the whole channel and let it reinstall again. but it still rips at 3x, while i can rip easily at7/8x at my other xp installation...i dont get it.
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well

if you are ripping above 2x as you said, there is another problem, since PIO mode will not allow anything faster than 2 or 2.1x speeds.

have you tried other rippers?
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Old 24th January 2003, 13:49   #7  |  Link
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Have you experienced this with just one DVD or several? It's been my experience some DVD's will rip really slow no matter how fast your DVD-player is.
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Have you experienced this with just one DVD or several? It's been my experience some DVD's will rip really slow no matter how fast your DVD-player is.

it is with the matrix dvd.....which rips at 8-10x normally...but now only 3x....
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it is the actual dvd player......
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Old 12th February 2003, 02:36   #10  |  Link
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You do NOT need to reinstall the entire IDE channel drivers.

The flag for the PIO/DMA is contained in this registry key:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Class\{4D36E96A-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}

Choose 001 or 002 depending on if it's on the Primary or Secondary channel. Delete the MasterIdDataCheckSum and SlaveIdDataCheckSum registry values. Actually it doesn't matter which or where, as long as you delete one of them. Upon the next reboot XP will reinitialize the DMA settings and you should be back to normal.

If someone can find out the correct values for these keys at DMA you could probably even avoid the reboot. Or just write them down and when it resets just change the value back.


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Old 13th February 2003, 11:26   #11  |  Link
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Hi,
because I was bored yesterday I wrote a little tool that will gather
the 'normal' DMA checksums and then write them into registry in a configurable interval (e.g. 10 mins). I don't know if this keeps Windows from switching to PIO mode, but we will see.
Wishes and comments appreciated,

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Get it here

Sorry for my bad english!
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Old 18th February 2003, 18:04   #12  |  Link
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I to have this problem. No matter what dvd I try to rip I keep getting 1.8X speeds on my A04 burner and I have a Hitachi GD-8000 DVDRom Drive that stays around 1X. I am on windows 2000 pro so I am assuming that the I getting these problems for the same reasons. Is this true?
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well i never had these speed problems in win2k, but it's quite a while (almost a year since i've last used win2k)
anyway dvd burners are known to be way slower, but with your normal dvd drive you should get way faster speeds (at least 4-5x i guess)

@la_nce: how does it gather the checksums?

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It's very simple, it deletes all the reg keys, reboots and extracts them rigth after the reboot...
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ok but where does it take the values from it extracts before the reboot? maybe this should be blatantely obvious, but i just don't seem to get it


anyway, thanks for the tool, i'm gonna try it tomorrow!

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Old 18th February 2003, 22:55   #16  |  Link
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You do NOT need to reinstall the entire IDE channel drivers.

The flag for the PIO/DMA is contained in this registry key:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Class\{4D36E96A-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}

Choose 001 or 002 depending on if it's on the Primary or Secondary channel...
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ok, i've tried the tool and it works perfectly :-P thanks again - and sorry for my stupid questions :-)

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I've tried what jhughe90 said but it doesn't help.

I have a Pioneer 104 drive. Does anyone else have one of these drives that can read over 2.1x?
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hav you tried la_NCe01s tool? it's attached a few messages above...

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Yes, I tried la_NCe01s tool but it didn't help either.
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