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Windows 7: ConvertX v4.1.19.365 > Windows 7 Issue


10 Sep 2011   #1
EwOkiE

Win7 32Bit
 
 
ConvertX v4.1.19.365 > Windows 7 Issue

Ok where to Begin, had previously Windows XP 32 Bit with this version of ConvertX (had no issues)
Now upon upgrading to Win7 Enterprise 32Bit everytime I get roughly to 10% or 20% PC restarts.
Tried also with Windows 7 Ultimate version.. same thing!

Computer Specs :

3GB Memory
AMD Athlon II X3 440 CPU
MCP6P M2+ Motherboard
1TB HDD

So its not the computer...even tried cleaning heatsink with new paste..
Still the same issue.

Has to be a conflict with Win7
Tried Compatibility with Vista / Sp1 / Sp2 /XP ...all the same!

Any help would be appreciated


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10 Sep 2011   #2
seth500

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Get rid of the vso software and see if that fixes the issue...
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11 Sep 2011   #3
EwOkiE

Win7 32Bit
 
 

????... what!
The issue I want is to resolve the problem with VSO not to take out.
and it will of course fix the issue if I take it out ...cause its not there!

There must be a conflict somewhere for this to happen
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