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Burn Problem


dalek

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I just downloaded EMC9 to a new PC with 4GB of memory, and using XP. After creating sideswow with audio in My DVD, when I click on burn button, trhe process remains at 0% while encoding. I have to Ctrl-Alt-Del to get out. I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling. The same problem keeps reoccurring.

 

What can I do?

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I just downloaded EMC9 to a new PC with 4GB of memory, and using XP. After creating sideswow with audio in My DVD, when I click on burn button, trhe process remains at 0% while encoding. I have to Ctrl-Alt-Del to get out. I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling. The same problem keeps reoccurring.

 

What can I do?

 

First, anything over 3GB memory, in XP, is a waste. Nothing over 3 GB is really recognized, or useful.

 

Second, it isn't your RAM that is causing your problem. It is your video card. Update the drivers for it. What video card do you have?

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Grandpa Bruce,

 

Thank you for your reply! Good looking Grand children. I have a 3 year old Grandson.

 

I have a brand new Dell XPS. The vidieo card is NVIDIA GEFORCE 7300.

 

I'm just a rookie at this. I actually downloaded EMC9 on my old PC which had only 720GB of RAM; slow, slow, slow. I was, however, able to successfully complete a slideshow. Knowing that the difficulties I had were due to my old PC, I bought a new one that would help make media productions more efficient. Unfortunately, here I sit with my new "rocket ship" and I can't burn a DVD.

 

I checked NVIDIA website, and it looks like I have up to date drivers.

 

Any other thoughts?

 

Grandpa Dale

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Grandpa Dale,

 

In XP click start, run, type, dxdiag, click ok. Now click the display tab, your video driver versions are listed on the right side. Follow the uninstall and reinstall directions.

 

 

ForceWare Release 90

Version: 94.24

Release Date: May 17, 2007

Operating System: Windows 2000, XP, Media Center Edition 32-bit

Language: U.S. English

File Size: 40.7 MB

 

 

The directions I follow and give for video drivers.

Were assuming the OP uninstalled his nvidia or ati stuff completely. Rebooted, cancled the found new hardware wizard. Did all this in a selective safe boot, and then installed the new video drivers and software, he already downloaded to his HD and then reboot.

 

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