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Compaq cd drive to fast

I went in to divice manger and changed ide in the secondary to pio and still fast set ide and secondary to pio. In the ide advance settings there is no umda code any help would be great

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  • skip mutz Dec 10, 2007

    When we play a music cd it plays to fast. use windows pro

    I think it windows meda player. Its's a freind of mine. How would I get the right audio driver for it. Where do I check to see what sound program it uses.

  • skip mutz Dec 10, 2007

    I ran a new media player for windows 2000. Still to fast. I wonder is that it is a business machine the drive will always run fast

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The speed of a CD is not related to the communications speed, so you should set those parameters back, to the fastest available, because data stored on a CD is generally always digital, except for an analog AudioCD. I don't know what seems too fast, but if it is music playback, then it is probably a problem with an audio codec, only a very slight chance of a bad or wrong CD driver, that has mis-identified the CD drive.

If I knew more about what you are experiencing, I could advise further.

Posted on Dec 10, 2007

  • Rob Jacobson Dec 11, 2007

    Just a suggestion, and the instructions may not be correct for your operating system, but try this:

    Go into the Device Manager, and expand the Sound item, then double-click on line entry for your audio device, then click the Driver tab, then the Update Driver... button. Click Next, then Search for Suitable... and another Next (I think), then uncheck every thing but the Windows Update item, and proceed. Getting a driver update from the Windows Update site has fixed the speed problem for some people.

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  2. Right click My Computer
  3. Select Manage from the resulting menu
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Then right click on Primary IDE Chanel - then click on Properties - Then Advance Settings - For the Device 0 in Transfer Mode select DMA if available. Then Click OK.
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2. Under Computer Management (Local), click Device Manager.
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Try to access the media or device on another computer; try it on your friend or family computer
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