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Playing a DVD and VCD Movie

When i play any DVD and VCD movie in my lap top. The picture movement always stuck and continue than back to normal. This problem sometimes repeat 2 ~ 4 times.

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Maybe your unit is nid 2 reformat or nid 2 upgrade

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