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windows movie maker, nero express problems


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rikkiburd

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:whistling: im having trouble with my laptop. whenever i goto save a finished movie as a movie file with windows movie maker it will come up that it is estimating how much time it will take for it to finish your movie and then it comes up something like209999 minutes and after about 2 minutes of that it will autimaticly close everything and a little window comes up saying that my virtual memory is full. so i checked c drive and it say that i have something like 18 g left. this same problem also happens when i start adding files to a vcd i might be making on nero express. ill click to add files and when the start converting to movie files it closes and says that neros virtual memory is full. i click ok and then another window comes up say your computers virtaul memory is full . what do i do.
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Sam_G

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Ok. Try going to the my computer properties. Then the advanced tab and then you will find a tab that you can adjust your virtual memory. Make it about 700-800 mb. Try running nero again after this.
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well its nero exprees and at the moment it will only allow me to make a data disc sometimes. if i try and make a vcd or a duper vcd it will go through the entireprocess and at the very end a window will pop up say injg that it failed to burn process at 15 or 10x speed.
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well why dont you just change the speed and are you using a vcd not a normal cd :whistling:
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Ok then, try making it write at a lower speed. Something like 4x or 8x.
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