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We have installed the Roxio suite on a HP desktop running Windows XP. When DVDs are played they appear upside down, audio is okay and the timing is good. Do you know how I can resolve this problem?

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  • Lenny12 Jul 15, 2008

    I like the way your mind works, it was a nice try and full marks for the logic. But unfortunately within the tools / Options there is not a switch or button to invert the display. I tried a few DVDs just in case I had picked up a dodgy one. I have also tried re-installing the application but there is no change. I have logged a call with Sonic, I will let you know when they come back to me. Thanks



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I believe that there is actually a setting in the settings menu that allows you to invert. Sounds like that somehow got checked. I don't have Roxio in front of me at the moment so I can't tell you for sure, but I would look for that setting.

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