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System Shutting down while using AnyDVD

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by Opus54, Feb 21, 2005.

  1. Opus54

    Opus54 Regular member

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    I downloaded the program AnyDVD and now during the shrinking of a Movie and even During a DVD-to-DVD copy using AnyDVD in the background, the computer system shuts down in the middle of the process and reboots

    one time it corrupted my profile and I had to to a system restore to get it to come back up again

    anyone having this problem?

    If I am not copying and AnyDVD is not in the background, it doesnt reboot... so it has to have something to do with the AnyDVD program
     
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    Just a suggestion, i'm not 100% sure this will work but it's worth a try. Uninstall Anydvd and all of its folders and files. Run your spyware removal followed by antivirus then reinstall AnyDVD and see what happens. If this dont work then I highly recommend a program called pc mighty max It's well
    worth the money because it works. You can find it by doing a search through dogpile.
     
  3. Opus54

    Opus54 Regular member

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    What does that program do?
     
  4. Opus54

    Opus54 Regular member

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    That program doesnt allow a free testing period so not sure if its worth it or not

     
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    REMOVED---forum double posted again.

    Jerry
     
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    DVD burning uses most of your system resources. You could be having an overheat problem. If possible, remove the PC case and aim a small fan at the MB and processor while you try the burn again. If it works better you need more air flow inside the case.

    Jerry
     
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    I will try that , thanks

    I did uninstall anydvd and am making a copy now and the system isnt rebooting (yet, knock on wood)

    and that PC MightyMax Program, I saw in Google lots of people having trouble with spamware with it and wishing to remove it so I didnt try to get the hack for it

    but I appreciate the help anyways, a lot
     

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