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    Exclamation IDE/ATA/ATAPI controler

    Hiiii,

    I have a big problem.When I was writing a DVD,it may get 15/13/14 mins to complete it now,but earlier time got 8 or 7 mins only..I'm replace my power cables and data cables.and connect my DVD writer to another pc it also get the same time.I think this problem having in my mother board data buses issue..

    my rig is
    Asus Sarbertooth z77
    Intel core i7 3770k 3.5GHz
    1TB segate 7200RPM
    4GB x2 GSKILL RAM
    ASUS GTX 650 1GB VGA
    inwin 750W PSU
    3 DVD writes sata

    these are screenshots
    IDE/ATA/ATAPI controler-nt6m-jpg


    I think if it's work in properly it look like as this one





    So wthat is the problem having in this case???plzzzzzz help me

    some times machine stuck,thats means "not responding" message can seen
    In this situation how to fix this problem,what is the device getting problem??

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    Default Re: IDE/ATA/ATAPI controler

    I see from your screen shot that your board has a ASMedia 1061 SATA controller. They do not work well with DVD drives. If that DVD drive is connected to an ASMedia port, move it to an Intel SATA port.

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    Default Re: IDE/ATA/ATAPI controler

    Sounds like you need to reset the DMA on that.
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