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    hi guys/girls im having a problem with my computer any help would be great.

    every single time i take an xvid and try to convert it to a dvd my computer turns off about 10 mins into convert. no matter what program i use nero, vso, dvdsanta,it shuts off. at 1st i didnt put 2 and 2 together and thought it was the power supply, so i got a new one and since i dont convert xvids to dvds offten the problem in my mind was fixed (power supply)well a few days ago i tried to convert a xvid and it shut off so i turned it back on tried another proggy with the same results. im starting to think its my cpu or ram right now i got a pen d @ 2.7 and 1 gb of ram (patriot ram) and i beleave a msi mb. has anybody ever had the problem? if so what were the results?

    thanks for any help!

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    Could your machine be overheating?

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    not sure only happens when i convert xvid2dvd

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    Run Everest while your converting and watch your temps.

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    will do ty

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    Dollars to donuts it's the software involved in the conversion process.
    A faulty PSU or overheating scenario wouldn't be picky enough to wait for a specific software app to trigger.
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    it should be overheating...


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    k i ran a proggy called speedfan 4.???
    temps read like this.

    temp1 65
    " " 2 55
    " " 3 55

    i ran nero to convert xvid to dvd

    temps1 85
    " " 2 65
    " " 3 55

    turned off

    this was after 10 min

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    Those temps look ok, try a different converter, I'd recommend WinAVIVideoConverter.

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    ive used them all

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