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Topic # 57686 22-Feb-2010 03:46
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Hi there, I have a new Packard Bell computer, when I bought it, it had windows vista on but I was told that I could upgrade to windos 7, this I did and up till now all is good. I tried to make a movie yesterday on windows live movie maker and all was good till I came to burn it to disc, I tried several times but it would get half way through and shut down the computer. Can anyone help me with this please.Yell

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  Reply # 300891 22-Feb-2010 07:19
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First thing you should do is to look into the Event Viewer to see if there's any error message. This will tell us where the error is.






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  Reply # 300932 22-Feb-2010 11:00
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ok I have opened the event viewer but don't know what to do about it haha............ not a geek a girl haha

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  Reply # 300943 22-Feb-2010 11:28
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When you open Event Viewer, select Windows Logs, and Applications. After a little bit it will list all messages related to applicatons on your PC.

Look for something with a red exclamation mark and "Error" level - you can also use the Filter option to search for it.






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  Reply # 301295 23-Feb-2010 00:33
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Hi, I am doing what you say and have found nothing with an exclamation mark and error level, I will keep looking but I don't really know what I am looking for, sorry to be such a dunce but I will keep looking, Sue

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