Pc Turns Itself Off While Converting Avi Files
Just my 2 cents. You can change the Process priority while the process is taking place. You’ll need to go into the directory where the AVI files were converted to DVD and delete them. gabrielfa Posts: 7Joined: Thu Dec 25, 2008 4:43 pm Top by hansK » Fri Dec 26, 2008 6:43 pm Hi gabrielfa, just had a thought.... his comment is here
This is a known issue with Gigabyte boards. Pro Technology : Yes AMD MMX Technology : Yes MMX Technology : Yes Cyrix MMX Technology : Yes CLF - Cache Line Flush : Yes CX8 - CMPXCHG8B : Yes CX16 slide 1 of 3 When a CPU runs at full throttle for a long period… maybe just a few minutes… heat builds up. or do not.
Computer Shuts Down When Converting Video Files
after the first few i decided to 'push it" a little, overclocking the system by about 10%, running high load apps..everything and it just won't fail. Lost password/username? here are some basic specs of my machine, its only a few months old so i know its not cuz of a lack of power or memory or anything like that. Nvidia has a habit of being a bit too hasty releasing new drivers, then waiting for feedback to fix issues.
Quote 2nd Apr 200921:24 #15 jagabo View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateDec 2005 Originally Posted by christessmer i ran memtest and here are my results: -Test NIS will only alerts for performance, not shutting the machine downRegards. i ran memtest and here are my results: -Test 1 - both sticks of ram inserted. If anyone has any ideas I would greatly appreciate the help.
Later, E. Laptop Shuts Down When Converting Video Files I opened my PC and it is filthy. There are also software programs that will do more. Uninstall any old programs you don't need or want anymore. 1a.
Now, that said, it could be a particular quirk with my system. October 25, 2010 Mysticgeek @Tammy: No we haven't covered anything on DivX Plus…but thanks for the suggestion, good chance we'll cover it in the near future. Latest post by: Nat Document Conversion Your questions about converting documents with AVS Document Converter 22 120 30.12.16 12:54 Topic: PDF TO DOC CONVERSION Latest post by: Nat How to clean The temp raise with VSO is negligible.
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- I tried to install it.
- Nice post.
- It also allows you to customize the DVD menu style and to change the DVD title.
- I put thermal compound on the CPU because the old stuff was looking ratty and it seems to have worked.
- It has been reviewed on Lifehacker, but I did not find it covered here - I wanted to make sure that it hadn't been covered before I posted it.
Laptop Shuts Down When Converting Video Files
I suspect that, given the menus and clips being generated by v.3 it's even more so. There is no try. Computer Shuts Down When Converting Video Files A side benefit of using just one of the CPU’s is that the other is available to let me easily do other things as the rendering goes… internet surfing, email, IM, It is over heating.
For best results it’s a good idea to burn at a slower sped and check Verify disc after burning. I will do that ! After a few times I realized the cushy chair reduced whatever air flow the laptop needed to keep it from overheating. All rights reserved.
Heat sinks aren't that expensive to replace. I think,therefore i am a hamster. Chaos reigns within.Reflect, repent, and reboot.Order shall return.aaaaaaaa a~Suzie Wagner Back to top #3 mommabear mommabear Members 492 posts OFFLINE Local time:11:51 AM Posted 31 March 2008 - 02:24 PM Paul October 19, 2010 Phill Avery …Surely it is simpler to just buy a TV Media player for around $50 (Dick Smith) and view your avi media files etc directly on
DDR2 800 DIMMs with SPD timings of only 5-5-5 or 6-6-6 (tCL-tRCD-tRP), and at 1.8 V Check bios setup and confirm these settings ... Quote 1st Apr 200915:15 #6 johns0 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message I'm a Super Moderator Join DateJun 2002 Locationcanada Best to do another stress test to see if If your system has 2 or more CPU’s, they’ll be listed individually.
Quote 3rd Apr 200923:44 #23 christessmer View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateMar 2009 LocationUnited States Originally Posted by jagabo Motherboards made by Intel rarely have any
I suspect that, given the menus and clips being generated by v.3 it's even more so. As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged However, we tried it on a Windows 7 Ultimate and Home Premium 32-bit system, and we had no problem using the AVI files without the need to install any codecs. Create DVDs Using Windows DVD Maker You can also convert and burn video files directly to DVD right from Windows DVD Maker which is included in Vista and Windows 7.
Back to top #6 nsxpilot nsxpilot Topic Starter Members 7 posts OFFLINE Local time:11:51 AM Posted 31 March 2008 - 10:01 PM Thank you all for your help. thanks for all the helpful and speedy replies, i really appreciate it! i dont know if that means anything to anyone its just what i found works at the moment. RSS ALL ARTICLES FEATURES ONLY TRIVIA Search How-To Geek How to Make Your Own DVDs from Almost Any Video File If you’ve got a lot of AVI videos in your
getting the thermal compound tonight ( I live in BFE, so there isn't a computer store for 30 miles). I don't think so, because the program has the codecs in the program. Quote 3rd Apr 200918:34 #22 jagabo View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateDec 2005 Motherboards made by Intel rarely have any options like that. It appears Soltek is of business or has the worlds most unambitious webmaster...or some combination thereof.