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6 Q & A posts tagged with DVD

Wed
Jan 21
2009

Windows Dvd Maker & Movie maker continuously shutting down?

Opening the two associated programs is fine, its when i click on something or try to add something the program freezes and the message:
Windows Movie Maker has stopped working.
It does the same for DVD Maker.
Ive checked that all my programs have been updated but yet this problem still occurs.
I have plenty of ram and all that so its nothing to do with the hardware. Im on windows vista.

Not sure if this associates with the problem but when i try to insert my USB into the laptop a message appears in the bottom right (a balloon) saying USB has malfunctioned.
Any ideas on how to fix this?
Thanks :)


Answer

You said it might not related with hardware, but I am afraid it is
First you need to do the following:
- Delete Empty files from (C:\Users\ [YOURUSERNAME\ \ AppData \ Temp) Windows put some files for temporary and that could make that problem
- Did you changed the Ram recently? it sounds like a ram conflection to me
- If not, then make sure you are having a good VGA card (Display adapter) that can hundle the files you are working with.
- Check also if you are facing this in some files or not
- Do you case this also in any other heavy graphic applications (Like Premier or PhotoShop)?

Good luck with that

VBAXLMan

Wednesday 1/21/2009 5:30:29 PM
Tue
Dec 19
2006

Is there software that helps me edit out sound from movies?

I want to find software that will let me edit sound clips from movies or television shows on DVD. And can I get the clip in 5.1 if the movie HAS the sound in 5.1???


Answer

Search it in
http://www.download.com
I am sure you will find something good and free

Try to search for "VCDCutter", "DVDCutter"

VBAXLMan

Tuesday 12/19/2006 9:44:06 AM
Sun
Jun 11
2006

What hardware do i need to transfer all my vhs to dvd?

i have a pc but am thinking of buying a mac. this is one thing i want to be able to do. any suggestions?


Answer

I am using a VHS video recorder connected to a PCI TV-Tuner and a proper software, with DVD-RW and you can go

XLMan

Sunday 6/11/2006 6:14:04 AM
Tue
Apr 18
2006

How to copy a dvd to your comp for future viewing? dvd ripper?


Answer

Copying move DVD is as easy as any type.

Open the DVD in explorer
Just copy the DVD folders to any folder in your hard drive
And search for the big (I mean big) files, well this is your movie
If you have a DVD player, just double click the movie

Tuesday 4/18/2006 9:26:03 PM
Mon
Apr 3
2006

256MB ATI MOBILITY™ RADEON® X1400 HyperMemory™?

System : Dell Inspiron E1505

I would like to know a list of all the games that can be played using this graphic card. Other laptop configuartions include: 1.66 intel duo core processor, 2 gb ram , 15.4 inch Wide Screen XGA Display with TrueLife™, dual layer Dvd burner, 120 gb (harddisk), Intel wi-fi card, XP media centre edition. Im gonna pay 1350$(inc tax). Is this a gud deal for a laptop ? is the Operating system gud. i would like suggetions.


Answer

It seams this one is multimedia laptop, I don't know games because i don't play them, but this one is good until the end of this year.

Expect new games will ask for a beter performance in the next 10 months

Monday 4/3/2006 2:19:43 PM
Sat
Apr 1
2006

How do you burn programs onto dvd disks?

How do you burn programs onto dvd disks? And what is the the most memory a dvd can hold?


Answer

If you have a DVD burner, You can easily write any thing on it either using it's own program (Install it from the attached CDs) or using Windows by just Copy-and-Paste the files into the Cd then select "Write these files to cd" from the File menu.




The most DVD type can hold up to 4.5 GB of memory, Double layer DVDs can hold up to 8.5 GB, the new Ultra DVD can hold up to 17 GB of memory.
You must make sure the your burner support the technology of the DVD blank you are writing in.

Saturday 4/1/2006 7:30:08 PM

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