EAC Unresponsive for Minutes at a time in Windows 10 2016-09-27 22:47:44 Hi,I've just upgraded most of my computer (motherboard, CPU, OS etc.) but kept my old DVD drive. I'm re-installing the software I used to have including EAC. However, EAC keeps on hanging for a few minutes before becoming responsive again. I've not managed to rip a CD - I've kept on killing EAC as it has taken so long. And it sits there in menu modes as well as when ripping. I'm just ripping to WAV files as well so it's not a conversion problem.I'm running:* Windows 10 Home 64bit (up to date as far as I'm aware)* EAC 1.3* Optiarc DVD RW AD-7170S Drive** Default driver - Windows says it is up to dateI've looked on the internet, and while I can't find my exact problem anywhere, there were some suggestions. I've tried:* Disabling auto-run** This definitely helped, often EAC refused to appear while this was still active* Running in Windows 7 and Windows 8 compatibility Modes* Running as Administrator* Turning it off and on again* Reinstalling it* Installing EACv1.0b6 (and trying Vista compatibility with this)All without any luck, sooner or later EAC will just sit there for a few minutes and have a think before becoming responsive again. I've notice that even when I kill the application task the background process remains for several minutes (eventually it disappears but does not respond to me trying to end it.)I've just tried using Foobar2000 to rip the same CD and it worked fine. (I could carry on and use this, but I've had good success with EAC in the past and would like to carry on using it if I can.) I'm just trying Easy Audio Copy (which I found in the comparison database and it is suffering from the same hanging problems (plus only seems to work in full screen mode which is a bit pants)Thanks for any suggestions to fix it or alternatives to try.