1Click Dvd Copy Pro problems with freezing please help

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#1

Okay heres the deal.

When I back up a dvd (the dvd works perfect btw) with one click pro during the movie about an hour and a half into it… it freezes for one second then resumes playing. It doesnt skip or lose that part of the movie, it just looks like its paused and then its fine again. If the movie is longer than about every hour it does it, I’ve tried to burn the movie at a lower write speed but it doesnt seem to help.

Can anyone help me with this?


#2

[quote=digitalnerd;2177336]Okay heres the deal.

When I back up a dvd (the dvd works perfect btw) with one click pro during the movie about an hour and a half into it… it freezes for one second then resumes playing. It doesnt skip or lose that part of the movie, it just looks like its paused and then its fine again. If the movie is longer than about every hour it does it, I’ve tried to burn the movie at a lower write speed but it doesnt seem to help.

Can anyone help me with this?[/quote]
Sounds like a problem with your burner. Does this happen with all movies or just one? Maybe try some different media, like Verbatim or Taiyo Yuden. Hope this helps. Happy Holidays.


#3

[QUOTE=digitalnerd;2177336]Okay heres the deal.

When I back up a dvd (the dvd works perfect btw) with one click pro during the movie about an hour and a half into it… it freezes for one second then resumes playing. It doesnt skip or lose that part of the movie, it just looks like its paused and then its fine again. If the movie is longer than about every hour it does it, I’ve tried to burn the movie at a lower write speed but it doesnt seem to help.

Can anyone help me with this?[/QUOTE]

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