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Toshiba te2000 laptop, P1000, 512mb ram, win 98, running a free media player classic to play dvd movies. Video is 'jumpy' and so is the sound. Also when using quicktime player for camera movies, has same issue. Is it the machine, os, or the movie programs. Win media player seems to work ok. Thanks.

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What other programs do u have running in the background? That could make the problem happen.

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