Yeah, I have to try something else every once in a while. But, I always seem to come back to ZA.
I have an i7-920 [hyper threaded quad core] O/C'd to 3.8GHz with 12GB of RAM & 13GB of virtual memory.
I find it hard to believe that memory is my problem.
Task Manager shows 1 to 4% CPU usage with less than 1/3 [4GB] of the RAM in use while burning.
Less than 1/4th [3GB] of my RAM is usually in use during idle and rarely goes much higher, even when trans-coding.
The burning buffers hold @ 95 to 100%.
Only once has RAM usage gone higher.
I don't remember what I was doing at the time but RAM usage has been up to about 8GB with some virtual memory also being used.
That is the most intensive RAM usage I have ever done.
It didn't even stumble.
I will admit that I do have a copy of REVO.
But, I didn't have it installed when I tried Agnitum out.
I assumed that it would not be reliable for the complete uninstall because it did not monitor the installation of Agnitum.
Pl.us, I'd have to learn how to use it.
I did make an image of the "broken" OS before going back to the previous image.
Although it's not likely that I'll ever be motivated to tearing it apart to find out what was wrong, I could put it back in and chase it down.
The burning buffers hold @ over 95%.