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Importing video pictures to windowes move maker

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My acer desktop turns on and beeps with no picture


>make sure your video cable is plugged in on both sides.
>make sure your video cable has no bent or damaged pins.
>try a different video cable
>connect a different monitor that you know for sure works
>take YOUR monitor and connect it to a different computer Does it work? If no, the monitor is bad. If yes, either your video cable is bad or the video card in your computer has failed.
If none of the above work, I hang out at www.suggest-a-fix.com
which is a free computer help forum. Post in the Hardware section and I (or someone else) will be along. This forum is not set up for complicated problems that require repeated, in-depth communication.

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Importing CDs into iTunes causes bluescreen


Make sure they are in the right format and the total size of the disk is not over the max of the cd.
http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1550

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Complete Data Migration from Mac Entourage to Windows Outlook Need a solution for migrating all the data of Mac entourage 2008 over to Windows outlook 2010. I need a solution that is easy as I have...


You would need a third party solution to create a .pst file. You can export as .mbox file. This is a cross platform file format and you should be able to import into Outlook on Windows.

There are several tools that can do this. One is Entourge to Windows Outlook

The easiest option is to use an IMAP account for the transfer. Move the messages from your "On My Computer" folders to an IMAP account then add the IMAP account to Outlook on Windows and the messages will download.

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Movies/videos are choppy and unwatchable... Only problem with pc.


Try lowering your screen resolution, and don't download / view videos in HD. Test with lower like 480 and maybe 720. Mine can't even handle 720 by the way.

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My PC's color quality shows only lowest 4 bit


Sounds like you need to install a video driver. If you have a video card separate from the mother board, look up the card and download drivers for it. Alternatively, you may be able to use the Windows Update tool to autodetect the driver.

If the video card is on the motherboard, look up the motherboard's model number on the manufacturer's website as they should have drivers there.

Finally, look back at the disks you got with your computer, often there is a "drivers disk" which you can reload the driver with.

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Cannot capture video in ulead software will not show in source


Chek to see if you have driver from what are you capturing camcorde or video surse. try with WINDOWS MOVIE MAKER if you see the image from device wich you are try to capture the video the driver's are ok, the the software wichu use is not compatibile with your system but i doubt that.

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Windows narrator error


Sounds like you need to re-install the video drivers or get them updated. What kind of video card?

Try Right Clicking on the desktop and selecting properties. This will open the video setting. go to the far right tab and change them form there.

If its an ATI video card, remove the CATALYST program and install just the drivers.

Catalyst has been known to caus eissues with certain systems.

Good luck

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Upgrading to Windows XPx64


The answer is no because your motherboard still only supports 32 bit drivers. Read On.

Here's what you need to use Windows XP Professional x64 Edition
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Important: Windows XP Professional x64 Edition cannot be successfully installed on x86 (32-bit) systems or 64-bit Intel Itanium–based systems. 32-bit device drivers are not supported on Windows XP Professional x64 Edition.
• Computer with a supported processor: AMD Athlon 64, AMD Opteron, Intel Xeon with Intel EM64T support, Intel Pentium 4 with Intel EM64T support
• 256 megabytes (MB) of RAM or higher recommended
• 1.5 gigabytes (GB) of available hard-disk space (additional space may be required if installing over a network)
• CD-ROM or DVD drive
• Super VGA (800 x 600) or higher-resolution video adapter and monitor
• Keyboard, Microsoft Mouse, Microsoft IntelliMouse, or compatible pointing device

arrow_px_up.gifTop of page Additional items or services required to use certain Windows XP features • 28.8-Kbps modem or fax modem and service provider required for Internet access (service provider may charge a fee)
• Sound requires a sound card and speakers (USB speakers require a computer with USB support) or headphones
• Remote Assistance requires that both parties be running Windows XP and be connected over a network
• Remote Desktop requires a computer running Windows 95 or later and the two computers must be connected over a network
• DVD video playback requires a DVD drive and DVD decoder card or DVD decoder software and 8 MB of video RAM
• Windows Movie Maker video capture feature requires an appropriate digital or analog video capture device and 400-MHz or faster processor for digital video camera capture

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Video Editing Do I need to upgrade?


Get a new system... Sorry if this isn't what you want to here but RD-ram is stupidly expensive. 512mb of RD-ram is usually a few hundred dollars and hard to find. Since you have RD-ram that means you also have a Pentium 4 processor, probably in the range of 1.2 -1.8 Ghz

Vegas is a great video editing program but it needs way more than speed that that to render a video (in a decent amount of time. it will render on a slower processor, it will just take forever!). You will be much happier of the results if you just replace the computer rather than try to upgrade it.

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