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Avid Express, Media Composer and HP XW8200

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HP computers and Avid go hand in hand. Avid spends a lot of time with the HP products so they work seamlessly with all Avid products. If you are using the HP XW8200 with SATA boot hard drives and have noticed slow playback then you may have a bios issue. To fix this you need to enter into the bios menu. First you need to restart your computer and wait for the blue and white HP screen during the boot process hit the F10 key. You will see the word Setup in white appear in the lower right hand corner of your monitor if done properly. If you miss it just hit Ctrl+Alt+Del during the boot process to restart the computer.

Once inside the BIOS select English then go to:

Storage (menu) -> Device Configuration (hit enter) -> SATA 0 (hit enter) -> Arrow down to Transfer Mode

If it set to something other than Ultra DMA 0, change it to Ultra DMA 0. Hit F10, then F10 again, then F10 again to save changes and exit.

This should if your sluggish issues.

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