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Im tranfering dvd movies to the external hard drive,and i try to play it doesnt show video and no audio

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  • ChrisTech May 11, 2010

    What type of format are you playing with what type of software? More information is needed to resolve this issue.

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You need an audio connector from your dvd room to your motherboard..

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Sure,
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1- Your DVD / CD player , which is not reading the video files properly probably because of a damaged lens.
2- Your RAM is less than the amount which is required to play the video file properly.
3- The CD / DVD itself if it has scratches or has done bad, if this is the case with all video cds/dvds then this is not the problem.

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