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Program Lags (Not Responding)
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorThe Movieman
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From time to time, when I double click to edit a profile, the program lags and I get the "Not Responding" text on the top bar (w/e its called) and most of the time it takes at least 5 minutes (if not longer) for it to go back to normal and I can keep working, until then I can only wait (or I could manually kill the program via the task manager). Anyone else encounter this? Doesn't happen every time but gets really annoying.
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It does it throughout the program for me. If I tab between Owned, Wish List, Ordered, etc., it lags the worst.
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Same here. Doesn't happen all the time, but I've had to kill the program using the task manager several times, as it really didn't seem to be getting out of it...
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I get this too from time to time.

For whatever reason it's Real Cloud. So I have to force close Real Cloud via the task manager and then DVD Profiler goes back to normal.

For some reason Real Cloud takes about 50% of the CPU according to the task manager.

Don't know, but perhaps look at what programs are hogging the CPU on task manager and force close that program (if it's safe to do so) and see what happens.
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