[QUOTE=giggitygoo4410;2189678][qanda]This thread is about the Memorex 20x MRX-530L v1 External. Click here to see full specs[/qanda]Ok, I recently bought an external(usb) Memorex DVD±RAM 530L v1 dvd burner. The first movie I tried to burn was Eagle Eye. I put it in and used DVDFab Decrypter to remove the copyrights and DVD Shrink to make it fit on a disc. That all worked perfectly. I saved the shrunken file to a folder in My Documents. I then tried burning it using 1-Click DVD Copy Pro and everything worked great. So today I did the same thing with the movie Gladiator but as soon as I went into 1-Click DVD Copy Pro and pressed start, it says Caching Files… and everything freezes up and I have to terminate the process. I have tried using numerous softwares to burn this movie to a DVD-R disc(including DVD Santa, IMG Burn, and Nero Burning Rom.) and all the softwares freeze up at some point in the burn and I have to terminate the processes. It can’t be the movie because it does the same thing with I am Legend! Is there something I have to do to the computer or burner to stop it from freezing. I am starting to get very frustrated! Any help or tips are appreciated. Thanks![/QUOTE]
I can understand using DVDFab Decrypter … maybe , I guess
… but why aren’t you just using DVD43 ?
Also on the same note …
Why are you using DVDShrink to compress ?
If you have 1ClickPRO … you don’t need to use DVDShrink … necessarily
You are really taking the long way around
- and way over-complicating the Issue(s)
Please Post a >> F8 log session of the attempt(s) …
Let us read the ‘process’ and ‘error’ in context
- and your options - selected
Open 1Click > Press your F8 key
>> Copy and Paste the Log Report to your Reply post
Look for :
“Session Started” / “Session Closed”
- to divide the individual sessions
Post one “Complete” Session per Reply Post
One or Two “Session(s)” in question should suffice
If the One Session is too long - Divide the Session into Two Postings
Your log will instantly answer 20 questions we might have
Let us take a look …
Here's the Usual .....troubleshoots ...
Let's check something .....
Go to > Start > My Computer
> Right Click on DVD drive > Properties > Auto-Play tab
What do you have selected for the "Action to Perform" for [B]'DVD Movie[/B]" ?
This should be set as "[B]Take no action[/B]"
Set only for your DVD Player ( WinDVD/Power DVD )
- [B]be sure to close your 'Player' before opening 1Click [/B]
What do you have selected for the "Action to Perform" for [B]'Blank CD"[/B] ?
This should be set as "[B]Take no action[/B]"
> Start > My Computer
> Right Click on DVD drive > Properties
Do you have a “DLA” tab ?
= [B]Disable[/B] DLA
Would you happen to have
- Nero ( [B]InCD[/B] )
Roxio ( [B]DragtoDisc[/B]/ EasyArchive/ DirectCD )
- installed/active on your Computer ?
[B]FAQ[/B] : Can other software conflict with the installation
and operation of 1Click DVD Copy?
[B] Let’s look at your Filters [/B]
> Download IMGBurn. It’s a free program:
(it’s also an excellent burning program )
> Run IMGBurn > Go to Tools > Filter Driver Load Order
> Click “Clipboard”. Close IMGBurn
Then paste the information you copied into your clipboard
into your next post in this thread (ctrl-v).
and read the first post please,
so you can get a better understanding of what is going on.
[B]Please , Do not start randomly deleting filters.[/B]
Here's some Help - with maybe ... reducing your Computer's load ....
I'd recommend that you [Try using EnditALL while Copying/Burning](http://forum.lgsoftwareinnovations.com/showthread.php?t=15256)
... to free up your resources
... You might be surprised at what's running - in the background
Open [Advanced SystemCare Free](http://www.iobit.com/AdvancedWindowsCarePersonal/index.html)> Utilities > Admin Tools > Start-Up Manager
( it's completely free and a very recommended clean-up program )
You will be presented with a listing of the Programs
- Programs that are designated to Start-Up with Windows
- and Descriptions of Each ( Click on Selection )
Any Start Up Entry - Referring to any DVD/CD Software ?
Windows Media Player ?
If So = UN Check it
This only Disables the Program - from the List
- Designated to 'Start-Up' - with Windows
You would - still - be able to 'manually' start the Program(s) - when needed
UN Check anything - Not Trustworthy
UN Check anything - Not Necessary or Not Preferred
( you may click on an Start-Up item > Select Disable - If you prefer )
You could also , Go into Msconfig - and Deselect unneeded Programs
- from your 'Start Up"
This will help a lot .....
[Do I really need this on my PC?](http://forum.lgsoftwareinnovations.com/showthread.php?t=14325)
[How to use MSCONFIG ?](http://www.netsquirrel.com/msconfig/)