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Thread: How to convert the files in the current folder in Explorer?

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    Batch Converter stuck!

    Any idea why Batch Converter has got stuck here?

    Screenshot: DSfHFHa[1].png

    It started OK. I paused it overnight, then when I unpaused it, it failed to proceed.

    Note:
    * Under Disk, those eight CoreConverter.exe entries under Disk shows for File the four files seen in the progress dialog, plus the four output folders that the converter should create
    * None of the output folder (one is seen in the tooltip) have yet appeared in Explorer, which seems very odd.

    This is dBpa R16.1, Windows 7. There's plenty of free disc space.
    Last edited by chrisjj; 07-28-2017 at 08:34 AM.

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    Re: Batch Converter stuck!

    What is drive g?

    Which security software do you have?

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    Re: Batch Converter stuck!

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon View Post
    What is drive g?
    A SUBST to an external USB hard drive.

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon View Post
    Which security software do you have?
    This problem occurs with no security software operating.

    UPDATE: I see in the last 2hrs progress has advanced from 17% to 18% and one of four cores has advanced to another file. Screenshot Gyevzyw[1].png.

    So, conversion is not stuck, just very slow, and not producing any of the output files.

    I wonder if output write is failing after many retries, and Converter is failing to report the error to the screen. Is there a logfile of errors somewhere?
    Last edited by chrisjj; 07-28-2017 at 10:45 AM.

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    Re: Batch Converter stuck!

    Sorry Spoon. This is a false alarm, due totally to my error. G: wasn't pointed to a USB HD as it should have been, but to a slow USB stick!

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