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Hartz

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Ok I use DVD Shrink and sometimes when I burn my encoding gets up to 14,000 Kb/s, Lately its been around 6,000, sometimes even drops to 3,000. If I reboot it usually comes right back to 5,000 or so. WHy is it faster on some dvds? and how can I get it back to 14,000. The computer is brand new and flies. Hard drives are all but empty 29g of 40gig free on 1 and 186 of 194gig free on the other. Please help. Also my system specs are under my profile. Thanks.

Edited by Hartz, 14 January 2006 - 03:33 PM.

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