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Windows 7: crashes when coverting dvds

30 Apr 2009   #1

crashes when coverting dvds

motherboard = gigabyte gak8nxpsli
cpu = amd 3800 + dual core
graphics card = nvidia 8800 gt
4gb ram

Has anyone else experianced this problem of crashing when they are converting avi files to dvd? im using win avi converter version 8 and the latest convertX to dvd progam which i have just updated.

still getting to grips with windows 7 its the beta version im using i have to say i like it and everything else has been fine its just that sometimes i get these crashes when converting films? it only seems to happen on the 2nd or 3rd film the first one always converts and burns fine?

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30 Apr 2009   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate Build 7100 RC x86/Windows XP SP3 x86 (Dual Boot)

I use Convertxtodvd without issue.
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30 Apr 2009   #3


Yes this is strange its a fresh install ive only installed a couple of apps and convertx to dvd was fine on xp, i was just wondering if anyone else had expeiranced anything like this with dvd or xvid codecs etc, its unusual in the sense that i can convert one film fine but when i try to do another it crashes halfway through?

i can leave it on all day browsing and downloading stuff etc etc and dont have a problem its only when i try to convert films?
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30 Apr 2009   #4

Linux CENTOS 7 / various Windows OS'es and servers

Try this one

AVS Video Converter - a universal AVI to MPEG Converter, AVI to DVD Converter.

I'm just trying it myself.
I can't see anything about PAY for this on the site so I'll give it a whirl.

It says FREE DOWNLOAD -- but whether that means you can just download the product before some nagware appears asking you to "register witin x days" " or upgrade to a "pro version".

It does popup with "unregistered version" but seems to work OK without wanting "Money". Doesn't say will expire either.

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