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Strange Post Halloween Goings On

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by SirV, Nov 8, 2007.

  1. SirV

    SirV Member

    Sep 24, 2006
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    I have had some strange goings on and thought it would be wise to ask those much more knowledgeable than myself some question with respect to them.

    What are "memory allocation" problems. Once in a while my DVD Shrink program will throw a flag that says something to this effect.

    The other week a strange thing happened while using DVDFab Decrypter. I had an older DVD, the kind with a movie on each side. I ripped these to my hard drive and then opened them in shrink. I started the process and when I came back I noticed that there was virtually no information. shrink. The ripped folder was like 2gig total.

    Then, yet another crazy thing happened using DVDFab Decrypter. After the files were "full back uped" the disc wouldn't burn because it was the wrong file type????

    Then I was attempting to back up Ghost Dog, an older DVD, after using Ripitforme, I could not even get the film to shrink because of a flag that read Program error - invalid location or something like that.

    Is my computer haunted? Dose It require an exorcist or perhaps a fresh install?

    also, could someone point me to a step by step (if it's possible) "how to" set up DVDfab to "one click" with DVDFab Decrypter/Shrink/ImgBurn?
  2. tripplite

    tripplite Guest

    im sorry you got me in a lazy mode i'l answer this question for you
    what causes this problem is that your running programs while shrink is working, memory allocation is basically the even share of your computers memory between all running applications, this doens't mean if you have 1 gig of ram and two programs running they will take 500mb each,

    more answer here- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dynamic_memory_allocation
  3. ZoSoIV

    ZoSoIV Regular member

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