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DVDShrink stops and closes at 98%

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  1. enginman

    enginman Member

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    I have been trying to shrink Disk 5 and 6 of Season 3 of '24'. I have ripped them to the hard disk using DVDFAB Decrypter HD. Every time I try to shrink these disks DVDShrink gets to 98% and then just stops and closes. No error messages, no nothing. Windows is fine, DVDShrink is just not running any more. To get around this I tried to VOBBlank the disks first into two disks but still needed to shrink the two disks about 5% to make them fit a disk. Tried to shrink the VOBd disks and same thing - stops and shuts down at about 98%. Any suggestions? Never experienced this with any other disk.

    Thanx!

    Norm
     
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    LOCOENG Moderator Staff Member

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    Sounds like it could be a heat issue...open your case and make sure your fans are working properly and blow out the dust bunnies while you are there.
     
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    Always 98%? Any DVD? Try another DVD, any other.
     
  4. enginman

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    Actually, Titleist had it - it was a heat issue! I never would have believed it but I took the machine out and blew it out with compressed air, reseated the heatsink and it worked fine. Couple weeks later during some hot weather it did it again so I took the side cover off and its been fine ever since!

    Thanx!

    em
     
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    If you continue to have heat issues you may want to replace the thermal grease on your CPU or add in more fans. Arctic Silver 5 Thermal grease is great in keeping the CPU cool.
     
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    Thanks for the info. Yes, I had planned on putting on new heat sink grease and looking at getting a better fan for the system. You wouldn't think that a Celeron would be that hard to cool!

    em
     
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    Glad you got it sorted happy burning.
     
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    I run mine at 104F with about 50% CPU Constant (Low 90s Idle)
     

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