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Solved: Shut down while creating DVD's

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by DialM4speed, Apr 11, 2008.

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  1. DialM4speed

    DialM4speed Thread Starter

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    Two different operating systems (Win ME & Win XP)
    Two different DVD creation programs
    Two different DVD drives

    Yet I get the same results!

    I start the DVD creation software and exactly after 10 minutes of operation the computer just shuts off! I've checked and there is no power management issues and it doesn't matter if I shut down programs that run in the background or not. Ideas???? :confused:
     
  2. MysticEyes

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    Seems odd that it's on both. I would usually check for heat issues. Pull one of the sides and use a fan to blow air into the computer.
     
  3. DialM4speed

    DialM4speed Thread Starter

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    Makes no sense but that solved the problem! The case has two fans and there's a fan on the cpu so how the heck it's overheating I don't know. Oh well I guess I should be glad the stupid thing is working! LOL

    Thanks
     
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    Seems it makes a lot of sense. Converting is very cpu intensive. :)
     
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