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My friend said I could use your service to fix my pc problem. my windoes vista ultimate audio and video are choppy.

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Re: how can I use this service

Is this a Desktop or Laptop, and who made this PC? (Dell,Sony,etc)

Also please describe your problem better next time, we're doing this for free, and taking time from our busy schedule to help you. So please

Take your time to write better grammar, and be more descriptive.


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Pc is choppy audio and video

Assuming that you are watching video in a web browser, there are several possibilities. A lot of video on the web uses Flash Player for rendering, so make sure you are using the latest version which fixes security issues and performance problems. You may also want to clear your Flash cache as well as your web browser's cache files, especially if you are seeing a lot of hard disk activity when this is happening. You may also want to consider cleaning out all of the Windows temp files and directories as well as defragmenting your hard disk.

On a low-bandwidth connection, you may also encounter issues related to buffering. If the player allows changing the size of the buffer, you may want to enlarge it. It will cause the media stream to pull more content before it tries to play it and when there is an interruption in the stream, it has more time to pull more data before the buffer completely empties.

You should also use Task Manager to see how much of your total RAM is being used and page file usage. If you are using a lot of RAM and the system is paging, it will slow down everything but the most obvious ends up being choppy or distorted multimedia playback. If either of these are the case, you may want to add more RAM or reduce the number of currently running processes. Background process can consume a lot of memory or CPU cycles that interfere with your foreground process.

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Lg kg195 is not connet pc for internet

u need to call ur Mobile company and ask them u configure ur mobile for this service. Tell them u want to use the phone to access internt on your PC. They will help u setup the connection

Mar 24, 2010 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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Online videos are choppy

when watching online videos they're choppy, but after I download to realplayer and play back they're fine. I just can't watch any movie trailers or any online videos, too choppy and pause, I downloaded speed bit accelerator, but doesn't seem to be helping. what can I do. I have a vista home basic

May 08, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium with...

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Windo vista product key

i will be send you vista ultimate product key


Mail me activate the key

Apr 30, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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go to control panel and open the audio driver option there u can find recording option then select the mic icon then press ok and try to speak

Feb 22, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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Ok there is a compatibility issue to run C++ on windows vista...

so try run C++ on compatibility mode [Right click on C++ icon, click on properties, than compatibility] change that to windows 98 or XP.

also try to re install graphics.h header file..

It will solve your problem.

Jan 24, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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No audio device installed

go to manufactered website and see if they have driver and or updates for your laptop

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My display drivers and audio drivers not supporting vista ultimate

you shouldn't have installed vista service pack 1
its a known issue with vista service pack 1
if u had vista before and u updated it to sp1...i would suggest you to either do a system restore and uninstall sp1
or install XP back

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