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Hey guys. I've been noticing a very irritating thing that happens when I watch DVDs on my computer. Every one or two minutes the framerate appears to drop considerably to the point where the video looks choppy. The audio is totally fine when this happens. I think this is caused by the drive having to "cache" more information off the disk. I looked at my drive while this happens and the green light flickers, which confirms my suspicions.
Is there any way to increase the amount of Data that is cached or just have the DVD continually spin so I can get rid of these framerate lags? This problem happens in any media player I use (I have tested WMP and Nero Showtime). I am using Vista Ultimate.