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Is this on your television or your computer?
If on your tv - are you watching TV or a movie? If you are watching a movie, it should depend on what movie you are watching. If you are watching television, it is on your television. Hit menu, and look for closed captioning, and turn it off. What model of TV are you using?
If you are watching tv on your computer, what program are you using? Sometimes subtitles are Hardsubs, which means you cant turn them off. It depends where you got the video files from.
Posted on May 05, 2008
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