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Re: I have no sound when playing my dvd+RW
Did you install the audio cable? If so, you could have a
bad contact.. I'd try Kaffeine, that will play audio cds without an
audio cable, so you know the drive is ok. so try this because this is the solution , from which i fixed my own prob .
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I have had the same thing happen on my Sony 340 digital 8 too, and it was the LCD chip that failed, I understand that this is common on a number of models, Sony did do a recall on some makes to stop this problem, but I never see recall till my LCD failed in 2007.
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I have converted home videos on my PC this way. I have a Sony camcorder whose output connects to my firewire card in the PC. I also use windows Movie maker. While it is recording, I don't hear the audio. After saving the file and playing it back, I hear the audio, along with seeing the movie. Windows movie maker allows me to stop, start, and record the movie. It has complete control over the Sony camcorder by using the firewire port on the PC.
Unless you have a DVD copy program such as "Nero" on your machine a way to do this would be to "Import" the content of your Mini into Windows Movie Maker, edit it if you need to and then write it out to a normal DVD on your PC's drive.
First thing to try is updating the picture package software(assuming you have windows XP);
Probably worth uninstalling and reinstalling the program before applying the update. The update doesn't claim to fix your issue, but try it anyway, there are sometimes additional parts to these updates.
Here is the link for the user manual if you need it;
Check page 100 - USB speed setting - see if that makes a difference.
Check page 86, it has contact links for pixela, who support the software.
If you record a movie, then finalise the disc before trying to transfer the video, this should stop any recording over information without formatting the disc first.
then put the disk into your pc dvd drive instead of using the cable link. You should then be able to view the movies using most media player programs.
Try a dvd on which there are only movie files, no still images - see if you get the same problem.
Hope this helps, please ask again if you still have a problem :)