I changed my card from 16MB to 256 MB. Although at first it worked just fine and I could grab videos of 400 secs and more non-stop, then suddenly I could not; now I can only grab video for a 20 secs time. I can't find anything in the menu that would help me fix the problem.
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Re: Trouble with video recording
The length of the movies you can record is dependent on both the memory you have left on the card, and the recording mode you are on.
With a clean card, and on the default recording mode, your movies should go back up in length. you might be in HQ record mode while you should be on SQ for longer recording time.
If all fails, try reformatting the card.
Good luck, hope this helped.
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Sounds like your computer has an integrated video card and the game is looking for an extended graphics card. This type of card plugs into the motherboard via the AGP, PCI, or PCIE slots. Depending on the type of video card and computer, you may need to upgrade the power supply when you put the card in. If this is a laptop there is no good way to upgrade the video card.
The original 2 sticks of 256 Mb of RAM gives you a total of 512
Mb of RAM. Two 512 Mb of RAM gives you a total of 1 Gb of RAM.
With two sticks of 512 Mb of RAM are you sure you got a total of 192 Mb of RAM, this is a lot less than the original RAM total of 512 Mb?
Should this be 1920 Mb of RAM?
If this 192 Mb is correct then the RAM modules are either not compatible with the laptop or if the RAM modules are not from the same manufacturer then they may not work together.
Most laptops have video cards that use part of the main RAM for video RAM, that is why the available RAM is less than the installed RAM modules. The amount of RAM the video card grabs depends upon the type of video card and in some cases the amount of video RAM can controlled in the BIOS setting.
I hate to be the bearer of bad news but the DFI NB78-BC does not support the TNT2 Vanta VL 16mb. so what you need to do is take your computer into a computer store have them look at it and they can get you the correct video card that is compatible for your computer!
The Inspiron 4100 has a 16MB video card built in to the motherboard. It is not upgradable. It appears that the system doesn't meet the minimum requirements for the program, so you'll have to get a more powerful system to run that application. sorry =(
> The Panasonic 256MB SD card is twice as fast as the cheap SanDisk
> 256MB I bought from Costco for $65. Saving the 5-shot burst at
> 4MP, the Panasonic card takes only 2-3 seconds to save, whereas the
> SanDisk card takes 5-6 seconds. Although the SanDisk works just
> fine in video mode - I was able to fill the card with video. The
> extra speed is also very noticeable on the Panasonic SD through my
> 8-in-1 SanDisk USB2 reader on WinXP copying the files to my hard
> Has anyone tried SanDisk's "ultra" or other performance versions?
> Any reason why the Panasonic is so much faster?
the panasonic SD is rated at 10Mb/sec. ditto for the Sandisk Ultra II. I've got both versions of the Sandisk. the regular Sandisk is only rated at 2 Mb/sec which explains the slow save speed. the Sandisk Ultra II is much faster compared to the regular Sandisk.