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Open Outlook on PC. Select "File", "Import and Export", "Export to a File", "Tab Seperated Variables (Windows), select "Contacts", select where you want to save them (Disk, Flash, etc.), select "Finish". All your PC contacts in now in this location. Now take your Disk/Flash to your laptop. open Outlook here, Select "File", "Import and Export", "Import from another Program or File", "Tab Seperated Variables (Windows). Now browse to your Disk/Flash and select an Option, select a destination and press "Finish". Hope this helps. Ian.

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Are you using onboard graphics or a dedicated graphics card?

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You have to check a sensor that hold a ********* cover under the feed table. I just closed that cover tightly

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I this video you will show how we can connect our Echo dot device to Alexa. It is the complete way to use of Echo dot to Alexa, use of Wi-Fi connection and Alexa skills.

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I would recommend downloading and installing VLC Media Player.

From Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VLC_media_player>
"VLC is a portable multimedia player, encoder, and streamer supporting many audio and video codecs and file formats as well as DVDs, VCDs, and various streaming protocols."

It's an excellent player, and can play almost any video file you have.

To download go to http://www.videolan.org/vlc/ and follow the instructions there.

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Computers use video files such as AVI, WMV, MPG etc.

DVD players use VOB video files, and will not recognise the computer video files.

Unfortunately, Windows Moive Maker cannot create VOB files - you will need another piece of software to convert the WMV file Windows Movie Maker creates to a VOB.

A lot of disc burning programs (e.g. Nero) include video converters. See if you've already got one on you computer.

If not, try Googling 'WMV to VOB'. There's quite a few free ones out there.

Hope this helps,


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never do that, take to the maker first , doing updates wrong
will render it dead, even bricked.
talk to them and we are NOT them,
you posted to computers but it IS a sewing machine only.

ask them never on GP forums, or get told wrong.
ask them,

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Video players in WIndows use shared system codecs.
So you must download codec pack like K-lite codec pack

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Can you open them with another player eg The KMPlayer or VLC Player or even Windows player?
You may possibly need a set of codecs
Most complete set here, just download and install

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You can download the codec you needed at: http://www.codecguide.com/

Probably you need K-Lite Codec Pack or K-Lite Mega Codec Pack.

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Instead of using GOM which is an obsolete piece of **** why aren't you using a top of the line media player that has all the codecs already in? One like VLC http://www.videolan.org/

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If you just want to put the video on a disc that will be played on a computer, you can simply copy the video file onto a disc as data. Windows has basic disc burning capability built in, but other applications give you more features. I use CDBurnerXP, which is free. Another free burner is InfraRecorder. Also, many computers come with versions of programs like Nero or Roxio preloaded. With one of these programs, you pick the "create a data disc" option, drag the video file into the appropriate window, tell the program to burn the disc, and you're done. Again, this would only play on a computer using a player like Windows Media Player, WinAmp or VLC.

If you are looking to make a DVD that would play on a regular DVD player, life is a little tougher. This is especially true if you want to add any features to the DVD like menus. You need a DVD authoring application for this, and the really easy-to-use ones are commercial versions that aren't cheap. There is a good, free program called DVDStyler that I use. It's a bit tough at first because the documentation is weak, but there are several YouTube videos and other sites that can help. The program lets you make your own menus, add background pictures and music, converts the video files to the format needed to make a DVD, and allows you to preview the disc before you actually burn it. The result, though, is a DVD that works like the ones you buy at the store.

Hope this helps get you started. Thanks for using Fixya!

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