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    my SBlive card works fine.. :cool:

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    omg my cdrom wasn't on dma!

    maybe thats it... but probably not.,.. any idea where id find dma options for a HPT370 in winXP?
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    the RAID Administrator program lets you configure your drives DMA capabilities. However, if you update to the newer drivers from highhpoint, then cdrom support on the raid channels goes bye-bye.

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    how do you enable dma on a 2k machine?? i looked in device manager and disk administrator??????
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Wizard
    how do you enable dma on a 2k machine?? i looked in device manager and disk administrator??????
    same as in XP

    device manager - ide props - advanced settings
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    oh ok, used to be on the drives themselves in ME. i checked, and my hdd is set to ultra dma, and my cdroms are on pio (but they both have dma if available) hrm....
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    check your directx, sound card drivers, hd settings, change cd to dma..umm, try uninstalling and then reinstalling winamp

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