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Windows 7 32 and 64 bit



Some information on an issue, that is not the fault of video copy and convert.


I had (still have) a PC based on windows 7 professional 32 bit.


I have since purcased a second PC from Dell which is a quad core 2.66 with 6Gb memory, 1Gb Nvidia video card, running Windows 7 professional 64 bit.


All the movies I download, are from legal sites, in particular MovieBerry.


I recently downloaded a movie from Movie Berry called Egypt and happily, although very slowly, converted the 700Mb file to DVD and consequently burnt it to a DVD. All this worked really quite well. The extension to the movie was .avi.divx


I then moved to my new computer and as a speed test I tried to do the same thing. It simply wouldn't convert and just sat on the 8%.


As I live in Australia, I found that I could happily watch the view the movie in its original format (.avi.dix) by using Mydvd to copy the movie to a DVD.


The moral of the story, read the literature and other information readily available from Roxio, which clearly no longer supports divx. The second moral; there is certainly a difference in the 32 and 64bit versions of Windows when it comes to software applications.


Congratulations Roxio, on a great product, and yes I have deleted 2010 from my 32 bit system.



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