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DVD Shrink 3.2 not responding... (Solved) - due to IE 8

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by 8ohms, Oct 1, 2008.

  1. 8ohms

    8ohms Guest

    Hello peeps!

    I need some help to make DVD Shrink work like it use to on my computer. Recently has to reinstall XP. So I've lots of space on my hard drive. I downloaded DVD Shrink 3.2 and it open up. But when I click the re-author button it then become unresponsive and locks up. The she the message [color=red[b]]"DVD Shrink 3.2 has encounterd a problem and is not responding..bla,bla,bla..[/[/b]color]Has anyone else had this problem and how did you fix it. I've uninstalled and reinstalled DVD Shrink about 4 times now and the results is still the same..I've Nero 7 installed as before when it was working.

    Thanks
     
  2. ferguj1

    ferguj1 Regular member

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    Where did you get your download from?
     
  3. ZoSoIV

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  4. 1bonehead

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    What is the name of the movie you are trying to back up ?
     
  5. dialysis1

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    What version of Internet Explorer do you use?
     
  6. 1bonehead

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    IE 8 probs again ?
     
  7. 8ohms

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    I got my download from three different sites, including Doom9 and PCworld..
     
  8. 8ohms

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    Right! I do have IE 8 installed. Could this be the problem? I'd 7 before I had to reinstalled XP recently and DVD Shrink always worked.
     
  9. 8ohms

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    It's an adult movie. I used DVD Dycripter to copy it to my hard drive first like I've done many time before.
     
  10. dialysis1

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    Try going back to IE7.
     
  11. 7thsinger

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    Uninstall IE8 and either revert to 7 or get FireFox.
     
  12. 1bonehead

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    mighty fine advice dialysis
     
  13. 8ohms

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    Thanks fellas! I too both advised and removed IE8 and now DVD Shrink is working as I expected. It had not crashed after removing IE8. I'm now back to IE6. Is it safe to go back to IE8 again or just go back to 7? It's all good. Do you have any advise on how to make DVD Shrink run faster. It's a bit slower than I was use to before. And both my burners are 16X
     
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    You should be fine with IE7, i'd stay away from 8 as we've seen this happen a few times.

    A lot of variables involved in that.
     
  15. creaky

    creaky Moderator Staff Member

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    Good call fellas, thread title amended accordingly. Guess we're going to see a spate of browser-related problems for a while.
     
  16. 7thsinger

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    Are you thinking a sticky is in order?

    This isn't the first, and like you said, we may see a few more of these for a bit.
     
  17. creaky

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    Good idea, have added to the jumbo sticky up top..
     
  18. 7thsinger

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    Thank-you.

    That gives us something to link to when we see the same symptoms. ;)
     
  19. creaky

    creaky Moderator Staff Member

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    No problem; am sure we had a similar thread recently, but caused by Google Chrome ?, if i or we find it i'll add that to the sticky too..
     
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  20. iluvendo

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    dialysis should get the credit, as he was the first to sniff out the clues.
     

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