Question about Dell Inspiron 2200 Notebook
WHILE READING OR WRITING OR COPING FROM DVD, IT TAKES PLACE VERY SLOWLY .....ABOUT 2 HOURS FOR WRITING 4G.B.
CPU USAGE GOES TO 60%...
Based on the laptop model you have listed, I am afraid to say that there is not much that you can do about the time it takes to burn DVDs. Computers often come with re-writeable (RW) drives that have different speeds. Thus, on older laptops or desktops, the drives are very often slow and will take a large amount of time to burn a full DVD. As for the CPU usage, writing data from a hard drive to a DVD or a CD is a very memory and performance heavy task, especially on older computers. You can attempt to free up resources by closing as many non-essential programs as possible prior to burning a DVD... but that will not dramatically increase the speed. Not using the laptop for other purposes while it is burning a disc may also speed up the process.
Posted on Nov 09, 2007
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