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IDE connections from motherboard effecting Burn2CD
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PostPosted: Wed 19 Apr 2006, 04:20    Post_subject:  IDE connections from motherboard effecting Burn2CD  

Not quite sure if this is a bug?

I have just put my computer in a new case with a different motherboard
Everything was working OK - except powerdown which I have not tested but may be now solved . . .

When I tried to burn a DVD-RW using burn2CD it told me to unmount using "drives"
Curious I thought DVD is not mounted . . .
Also I noticed that the CD/DVD symbol in MUT was appearing before the HD
Now both the HD and DVD recoder are set up from their own primary IDE connection cable on the motherboard
. . . m m m . . .

Nonetheless I opened the case and switched the IDE cables around (HD primary 1 - DVD primary 2)

I was then able to use Burn2CD
Maybe I am the bug . . .
Embarassed

Anyway thought best to report it . . .
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