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Loose DMA setting on CDROM

By vcs1 ·
I can't keep the settings in the device manager in Windows 98se. I set the DMA and reboot, and after the settings are gone. I am using a ABIT K7A-Raid motherboard, with 512 Ram, 2 Maxtor Mirrored on the Raid Controller, and 1 30 Gig as a secondary on the Raid. I have 2 CDRoms, a Panasonic 114 DVD, and a Toshiba RW both are on the master position of the Primary and Secondary Controller. The Processeor is a 1.2 Athalon.
I hope someone can help me. Thanks

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by mphoffar In reply to Loose DMA setting on CDRO ...

sounds like this is being controlled by your busmastering driver. Normally, with the older drivers, you'd be abl to set this, but with the newer ones you don;'t have to do this to get the extra performance out of your CD.

If you want to run the install for these again (this should be the disks that came with your MB) and an option in there will be to deintall. Aftyer removing them, you should be able to set that. However, you'll probobly lose some other functionalities when you do this.

Good lcck to you

Mark

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