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I was using creator 2010 for a while and it worked great but then I had to do a system recovery and when i put it back on and burn a dvd it pixelates like every 15-20 mins and i cant seem to figure it out... any help would be great....

 

1) Computer system?

2) What APPLICATION in Creator 2010

3) What kind of video file?

4) Did this one pixelate before?

5) Why did you nedd to do a system recovery?

 

and anything else that mighy seem to be relevant.

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its an emachines e625 running windows vista.... its and avi video file, and its not just one video that pixlates its everything i try to burn... im using the mydvd part of the software...... and i needed to do a recovery because of a virus that i got

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Have you tried updating the graphics drivers from ATI?

 

Also the what speed is your processor rated (the e625 comes in several varieties). If it's the AMD 1.6 GHz it probably won't work too well - this from the requitrements:

 

For video editing and conversion and DVD playback: Intel Pentium 4 2GHz processor or AMD equivalent and 1GB RAM. Multi-core processor with at least 2GB RAM recommended.

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Also turn off everything else you have running. If you are getting pixelation periodically, you computer may be looking for new e-mails or your anti-virus may be checking on that periodic time frame. I have an anti-virus that checks for updates frequently - every 2 hours. With your computer, this is especially important.

 

Before you start burning, defrag your hard drive. Use one of these.

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