BEIJING April 20, 2012
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Several ways to minimize the cases of freeze and crash issues
While running an application, the greatest pain is nothing less than a freeze or a crash. Suppose, your job is almost done, and at the very end of the finalizing point, something goes wrong with your system, and then the screen freezes, then you hold your breath and pray from the bottom of your heart that it will be okay in one minute, or maybe five. But, the miracle does not happen, your screen freezes forever, or to make matters worse, it crashes, and you can do nothing but a reboot of your system. Then, you have to redo everything from scratch! To minimize such situations, here are some useful tips and advice from DVDFab Service Team and R&D division:
First and foremost, it’s better to make sure the source disc is clean. A simple cleaning of the disc is necessary: keep the disc face free of dirt, scratches, and dust. Sometimes, a chemical cleaning is needed.
Next, a periodical clean of the disc drive will help. A better maintenance of your computer on daily basis will save you much wear and tear, especially to the internal or external disc drive, where a lot of dust is more likely to accumulate. An occasional clean to the laser with air or a kit can be good to your drive and your back-up.
Furthermore, in consideration of your PC’s overall ability, do not run multiple instances of DVDFab, slow down the burning speed and use top rated blank media while operating a burning task and, disable all GPU accelerations while on a converting process.
Last but certainly not least, do not burn continually. A long term burning process may result in a very high temperature of the DVD or Blu-ray Drive and the firmware of the computer, which may produce unexpected results, even bad quality.
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