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Why when I record a protools session why does it wait a few seconds then starts?

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It is taking the time to process the audio file. Let me know if this doesn't work for you

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Get in to bios acer aspire AST180-ED400A

First shut your computer off. Wait a few seconds (to allow the hard drive to stop spinning) and start the computer again.
Start repeatedly pressing F2 while the Acer logo is displaying. Press it once, wait a second, press, it again, wait another second, and repeat this while the Acer logo is displaying until you see the bios setup screen.

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Tips to transfer DVR (Digital Video Recorder) recordings to your Computer

<p><span>A DVR stores video digitally on an internal memory source. You can move your videos to the main memory system from the DVR.</span><br /> <p><span><span> </span></span><br /> <p><span>1. First insert the software installation disc into your disk drive. Choose an installation destination for the software when you are wants to and accept the terms and conditions. And wait for the installation to complete.</span><br /> <p><span> </span><br /> <p><span>2. Now connect one end of the USB cable to the back of the converter and connect computer on other end.</span><br /> <p><span> </span><br /> <p><span>3. Then plug the second cable which came with the converter into the video output port on your DVR and to the other jack on the converter. This cable is the analog cable and is able to carry video out of the DVR while keeping the image and sound.</span><br /> <p><span> </span><br /> <p><span>4. Now open the converter software that you installed and leave it open while you set up the transfer.</span><br /> <p><span> </span><br /> <p><span>5. Then choose the DVR recording which you want to transfer and start playing it from the DVR controls.</span><br /> <p><span> </span><br /> <p><span>6. Finally select the "record" button on the open software on your computer. Let the recording run through and it will record as it plays.</span><br />

on Dec 24, 2010 | PC Desktops


My PC is acting like Tortoise Very very slow.

Most of the time while we use our pc/laptops they seem to be quite slow and it occurs to our mind that why I invested so much money for the latest configuration when I was about to get such slow speed. Mostly this occurs with the people having very less time and very less knowledge about computers. That leads them to handover their personal computer in the hands of an unknown character. which could very well break the term personal computer. Hence, for those I'm just providing a small not very big thing so that they can do this on their own. Most of the time around 90% viruses who eat up your memory work through explorer and killing explorer once kills the virus also just for that session. I'd reiterate for that session only once you've restarted your pc you will have to redo the process. It's indeed very simple and easy for even a kid who knows how to read can do it. If these slowdowns are recent and you don't wish to mess up with deeper things then a simple few keystrokes on start-up could help you out.

On start-up once your background comes (not all your desktop icons) simply hit Ctrl + Alt + Del

Click on processes and then right click on explorer.

Now Click end process tree.

Wait for few seconds (this might depend on the age and capacity of your computer).

Now click on the first tab of the only open window i.e. task-manager and at the bottom click the button new task.

In the new task button type explorer and click the "OK" button.
Now check the speed of you PC/laptop.

You will have to do it on every start-up so as I said its only for those who don't want to mess with things or are unsure about what they are doing.

In case you really want to automate this thing then kindly show your support by voting and I will provide the automation right here.

on May 01, 2010 | PC Desktops

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Aspire ahows green light but won't start up, have turned off main but still just green shows

Pull the plug from the AC outlet, wait a 30 seconds, plug in, try to reboot. Does it try to start and in a few seconds shut down? Give as much detail as you can.

Dec 19, 2012 | Acer Aspire™ T135 PC Desktop

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How can i get my youtube to stop buffing so long and skiping?

What I do, is that I pause the video and I wait for a minute or two, if the video doesn't work correctly, skip a few seconds ahead or refresh the page.

Feb 20, 2012 | PC Desktops

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Need recovery disk, virus has caused my keyboard to malfunction.

when pc starts select start select all programmes then select accessories then select system tools then select system restore then wait a few seconds then select a date that the pc was working properly then click next pc will be restored to the date you selected that it was working properly

Sep 16, 2011 | Averatec PC Desktops

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Having problems with playing video's on my computer via websites (news page etc) will work for @ 10 seconds then pause for @ 30 seconds then work for 10 seconds and continue to repeat this process I have...

Videos on websites need time to load before they will play seamlessly. When you first load the video, pause it and wait for a few minutes. You may see a bar loading across the part of the window that shows how much has loaded. This will take a few seconds or a few minutes depending on how fast your internet connection is.

Jul 19, 2010 | Dell Dimension 2400 PC Desktop

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I have just started using cyberlink products here is my problem. I have used the copy to disc and it copies and all, but when I get ready to play it on my DVD it comes across as unknown disc, not playing...

This could be because the session on the disc is not closed. Computers and many of today’s recorders as well, allows you to keep the session open on a disc in order to be able to continue adding more information on CD-R or DVD-R discs, but leaving it open doesn’t allow you to play it on just any other player.
Insert the DVD into your computer then right click the drive and select "Close Session" ( if the option is available, then test it again.

Mar 28, 2010 | PC Desktops

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