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One possibility with Video editing software is that the your computer doesn't match the requirements needed for the software. For example the memory might not be enough to do the job. The box or instructions should tell you the specifications needed for the software. If there is a miss-match you will have problems with the software. If the problem recently developed then it could be that the software has been corrupted. Re-installing might correct the problem.
Not enough memory to handle this type of graphics. I recommend at least 1.5GB memory. Other experts may suggest 2GB or 4GB .... Add a single 1GB memory stick to what you have. You may have to remove one stick to install this. If you plan on greater graphics, then 2GB is what you need.
Also, If you have Symantec/Norton antivirus, I suggest you uninstall it if your license is nearly expired... switch to FREE AVG by Grissoft. It will not cause your laptop to slow down when you need it the most!
(Un-install password for Symantec products is: symantec)
If i analysis your problem it is clear that the problem exists not in your laptop but in your Microsoft picture it -Digital image Pro, this is because your application will have some software issue.
You kindly buy a new version of the Microsoft picture it -Digital image Pro 9 software and install it, your problem will be solved.
Yes and no. Unless you have a printer that prints on two sides you will have to "trick" it and use the template for both. Make a front and a back. You will have to print one one side then inset it to print on the other side. Since all printers feed difrently you will have to play with this on scrap first before using your good card stock. For example I made invitations to a wedding. The couple wanted a pcture on the fornt. On my template I had to rotate the picture upside down so when it was folded in half the picture wa right side up. It also had a raised rose on the invitations so I had to adjust the image so it would print in the empty are on the front. I then had to do the inside text and makes sure the paper was inserted correctly as not to print upside down. You can do it but it is tricky, that is why I recommend some scrap paper first. Good Luck.
That sounds like your computer is running out of system memory. Instead of crashing, today's computers simply use the hard disk drive (HDD) as memory, when memory runs low, which often will cause the computer to seem very slow and when trying to run a huge memory 'hog' like Photoshop CS2 may eventually cause the computer to lock up (crash). Try increasing your RAM by purchasing more. If money is an issue (these days isn't it an issue for everyone?) you may find a bargain shopping on e-Bay or other re-seller. I bought the extra memory in my computer at about 25% of what it would have cost me in the store. I have 6GB of memory, and can have as many applications open as I like, with no resulting lag. It's great.