Question about Acer Aspire One PC Notebook
Hi! I work as a journalist and sometimes use the Acer Aspire One to film a segment in the field. I live and work in Israel, and the machine has Windows XP English language version.
After the first segment (using Windows Filmaker) the video started outstreaming the audio. My viewers have found it a bit bothersome. The guys at the store say the problem is that my segment is too heavy, and it is only a few MB. They also said that I need to play with the configuration and that it will stop. Sorry I just find this implausible. I have used almost all of the possibilities on the configuration and the problem has never been solved.
Does anyone there know how I can solve this problem.
Journalist & Writer
THe Problem is the windows read the HArd DISK as a CD/dvd Drive becouse something change the format of the drive, now you have changa the format to NTFS again.To do that Go to computer management DISK MANAGEMENT and try to format the hard from ther. Or run CMD on CMD type FORMAT /F C: C: REPREZENT your hard, you have to see the leter of that HD wich you will going to format in NTFS Instead of C: put the letter of the CD/DVD that will fix your problem
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