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By set up differently you mean and ATA or SATA difference? That shoudll not matter as long as the windows are alread on the first harddrive of the HP
Since your drive that you want to move is the second drive and does not contain the operating syastem you should be able to just phisically move the drive from one machine to the other. The new computer will see and install the drive as "FOund ne hardware" and asign it a letter. It will not disturb the data.
Well what I've done in the past is gone to Radio Shack and bought some patch cords that go from 2 patch cord ends to a headphone jack or you can buy the cord from any place that sells electronic items.
Just tell them what you want to do and they will have the correct cord for you.
Hope this helps
vista doesn't come with 16 bit, it is 32 or 64 bit. use media center utility for watch live streaming. media player 11 is also capable for playing the live video. realplayer is the best tool for playing live videos
Streaming audio/video quality can be affected by connection rate and
Internet congestion. Many types of interruptions between your computer,
your player, your computer's OS, your local network, your ISP and a
streaming server can exist and cause trouble....
When you listen to the live audio/video stream, the sound or video skips, cuts out or buffers if the player doesn't have enough network bandwidth, it will buffer. Try increasing your player's buffering setting.Also:
Make sure you are choosing the appropriate bandwidth version of a media stream based on your Internet connection.
Make sure you are choosing the appropriate bandwidth settings in an Internet media player or streaming audio/video recorder.
Make sure NOT to download applications or files while
watching/listening to media streams. Your Internet connection is shared
between all open applications including your web-browser, your download
manager and your streaming player. Closing applications that use your
Internet connection simultaneously with your streaming player may
Close other unnecessary applications that may be open on your computer. Reboot
your computer. If you have lots of other programs open, they may be
using too much processor time and/or RAM for the player to work
Make sure your Internet connection is fast enough to reliably listen to streaming audio and/or watch streaming video online. High speed Internet connection is recommended.
Make sure your computer is fast enough. If your computer is old, it might be too slow to play an audio/video stream regardless of what else it's doing.
Update your media players and streaming audio/video recorders regularly.
Internet congestion can slow down the delivery of the stream,
make it difficult for you to connect or cause buffering. Often the
interruption is temporary. Please try to connect a few times at
different times of the day, if possible. If you repeatedly have
problems connecting, please notify your ISP - there are often quick
fixes they can make when they learn about your issue.
Try the above steps you will find a solution to your problem....100% it will work.....
To record streaming music, you need a program that's specifically made for that. Here's one link to a company that sells such a product: http://www.nch.com.au/soundtap/index.html
However, you might want to just search on Google for "record streaming audio". Shop around - there are some freeware products, and some that are shareware or very low priced. I just included the link so you could see what one program offers, but I haven't tried this particular program myself. I've used some freeware ones in the past, but they probably don't work with Disaster, er, I mean Vista.