Any music or movies ( on disk or saved to harddrive ) will sputter like a stuck record for a second or more all through the movie or music unless im connected to the internet using a telephone line, than i dont have these problems but connected with a wireless connection i will have these problems. i use a acer aspire notebook 5610-2273. thanks for any help.
Here is the best thing you can do:
1. Use a cable connection from your notebook to your modem/router directly(UTP cable is being used with RJ45 in each end and straight connection)
2. Go to Device Manager in My Computer. Then Check the driver of your sound card and your video card. If everything is ok, then update the driver of you video and sound card. Take note the model of your notebook, download it to the respective website. This problem happens somestimes because some manufacturer wants their product to be updated.
3. Download all media players for you to select in case it won't play in that kind of player. There are many formats of video and audio so take this into consideration.
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In genreal, if you can play songs and hear it, than you're also able to play youTube-movies or songs. For this you need to install the correct software/program, which is activated by your webbrowser. A well known program is Adobe Flashplayer. On occassion, files at YouTube require the newest version of FlashPlayer. If you don't have installed this, you might get the type of error you mentioned.
In general, I download the most common player (software) at my PC. If in such case I'm not able to listen to music, I say to myself that it's probably even not worth to listen to it. After all, if the person who put the music / movie at YouTube and want people to listen to it, it's wise to use a widely used format.
<p>Record and recording the sounds through the computer sound
is a relatively simple procedure that only a free space on the hard disk, suitable
software and a short profile of TRS cable is required. Windows computers
usually come with an audio recording program, from the entertainment equipment a
program is found in the Start menu. <br />
<p>1. Turning off the computer speaker's audio jack of your
computer's sound card. <br />
<p>2. Attach the small RCA cable into the sound card speaker
output. <br />
<p>3. Connect the other end of the RCA small correction to the
microphone port on your sound card. <br />
<p>4. Start the Sound Recorder program from the Start menu.
Click the Record button. Tell your computer to the sound you want music or
video progress bar to take to indicate when the movie is ready to play. Click
the Record button, which will continue to record. <br />
<p>5. Click the File menu in the Sound Recorder program and
select "Save As". Enter a filename and click Save. <br />
to convert music from cassett to disk u need to connect the cassett player headphone jack / line out jack to ur PC/laptop mike / line in jack....then play the music and record it in a software(Nero Sound editor etc)
then once that's done save it as mp3 file on to ut PC and trf it to ur cd/disk....u can just copy it as mp3 or create a music cd using Nero...from the mp3 file
the difference is if u just copy the mp3 on to the cd then only a mp3 player/mp3 music system deck can play it... if it's created as a music cd then any cd player can play it....just like any music cd that u buy in the mkt...
a 700 mb disk can hold almost 7 to 10 hrs of music in mp3 format....
but a music disk can hold only 80 mins of music