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Main DVD Drive slowed because of DVD CD-RW upgrade

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My DVD-RW drive is much slower than my standard DVD drive. The problem is that I set my DVD-RW drive as a slave under my standard DVD drive; now both drives are so slow till it causes WindowsXP errors. I ordered PCI IDE controllers for each DVD; will this speed up processes and correct the speed errors?
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yes putting the drives on separate controller as master would give u better performance...
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