AnyDVD with SATA Burner

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (DVD issues)' started by arnie920, Dec 8, 2007.

  1. arnie920

    arnie920 Member

    I am building a new system w/sata hard drive and a sata dvd burner. My question is Will I have problems because I am using a sata dvd burner??:confused::confused: I read on a newsgroup that this guy could never get it to work righ:eek:

    I use Anydvd with my old system and never had any trouble
    Any input will be GREATLY APPRECIATED

    Arnie
     
  2. Charlie

    Charlie Well-Known Member

    I use SATA as well and there is no issues. :)
     
  3. zebadee

    zebadee Well-Known Member

    Hi :)
    Welcome onboard arnie920. :agree: :clap:
    To be able to give an informed opinion, we need to know what motherboard you will be using.
    But in general any of the latest generation boards should be OK.
     
  4. arnie920

    arnie920 Member

    Gigabyte GA-MA790DFX-DS5
    AMD Athlon 64x2 6400+
    Western Digital Caviar RE2 WD7500ayys 750 Gb
    Sony AW-G170S dual layer DVD-re Sata
    4 GB Geil DDR2 800 Dual channel memory
    Vista
    The components are coming, still undecided about Vista or Windows XP??
     
  5. Bunnyrip2

    Bunnyrip2 Well-Known Member

    XP or Vista?

    With that system, you will get the best performance out of Windows XP. And, it will cost less, and you'll probably like it better. Better driver compatibility, lower system resource usage, etc. Of course, XP won't recognize the 4 gigs RAM. You'll need it if you decide on Vista. And Vista will recognize all that RAM. With XP, 1 Gig will do anything you want, with Vista, I would recommend 2 Gigs.