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03-07-07, 06:13 AM
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Samples to include in project

Dear all,

Would you know of any links from where I could download video, music and picture samples to include in my video productions?

Thanks
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Posted By r_abela

Overheating

Dear all,

Lately I have been having problems which appear to be related to overheating. Currently here in Malta (island located near Sicily) it is summer with temperatures reaching 38 degrees, it...
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Originally the thread started off with a memory...

Originally the thread started off with a memory issue and now we ended up talking about video cards!! :o

Ppl, I have been given a cheaper offer on the 6800XT 128MB. I have also been told that the...
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It's a 2.4GHZ 800MHZ FSB with a GeForce4 MX4000...

It's a 2.4GHZ 800MHZ FSB with a GeForce4 MX4000 128MB.
I think the computer speed is still within the 'acceptable' range...but the video card not! In fact whilst running latest games such as Doom...
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Posted By r_abela

1 gig will definitley help...but apart from that,...

1 gig will definitley help...but apart from that, accessing the memory in parallel (dual channel) rather than not in parallel should have resulted in better frame rate!!

I think by video card...
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Thanks to all, everything worked as expected. ...

Thanks to all, everything worked as expected.
Yesterday I removed one of the modules from channel A and put it in channel B, so I ended up with 256MB modules in channel A slot 0 and channel B slot...
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Ironhead, From what I can see from the PDF...

Ironhead,

From what I can see from the PDF you provided to get a dual channel mode I need to attach by 2 memory 256MB modules in slot 1 of Channel A and slot 1 of Channel B. Currently I have...
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Irrespective of the number of modules, shouldn't...

Irrespective of the number of modules, shouldn't the memory be designed to be 'dual channel'. Ironhead, why even though I have 2X256MB the BIOS states they are 'single channel'? I have always been...
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Posted By r_abela

Memory Question

Hi,

I currently have an intel 865GLC mainboard with 2X256 DDR400 installed memory. The board comes with 4 memory slots (2 X Channel A, 2 X Channel B). I would like to uprade a further 512MB so as...
04-13-05, 09:19 AM
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Posted By r_abela

Most probably because you have converted a VCR...

Most probably because you have converted a VCR tape and not a MiniDV tape. I think when it comes to MiniDV it completely a different story.

Did you use any particular software to convert from VCR...
04-13-05, 01:02 AM
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Posted By r_abela

BobF, Believe me, from what I have been told...

BobF,

Believe me, from what I have been told 80GB hard disk are not even enough!

A number of people have confirmed that the actual convertion involves the following:-

1) The tape which is in...
04-12-05, 12:41 AM
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Posted By r_abela

Digital Camcorders

Hi All,

I am not sure if this is the right forum for such a question but this is the closest one I could find related to this matter.

I am currently in the process of purchasing a digital...
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Posted By r_abela

Regarding your first problem note that there are...

Regarding your first problem note that there are many factors that could result in freezing or skipping. A friend of mine bought an expensive Samsung DVD player (combo too) and in almost 50% of the...
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Posted By r_abela

Does it happen after a fixed period of time? Will...

Does it happen after a fixed period of time? Will it go blank exaclty at the same point if you had to restart the same DVD from the start? Did you try hooking up the DVD player with another TV set?...
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Posted By r_abela

Thanks for your detailed explanation.

Thanks for your detailed explanation.
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Posted By r_abela

Davejb, thanks for your feedback. I have played a...

Davejb, thanks for your feedback. I have played a number of games which are quite recent and so far I'm happy with the results..including MOHAA, Return to Wolfenstein, GTA - Vice City.

So far I...
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Posted By r_abela

Question re graphics card

Dear all,

Just for an extra few bucks, lately, I have been given the option to select between a 64MB and a 128MB GeForece 4 MX 4000 display card. Needless to say I went for the 128MB one, however...
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Posted By r_abela

It must be a memory related issue cause yesterday...

It must be a memory related issue cause yesterday I tried the same operation and everything worked fine! Who knows! Could it have been caused due to overheated drive? The CDs (media) become quite hot...
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Posted By r_abela

"error reading data" in nero

Hi there,

Do you have an idea what could be the cause of the 'Error reading data' error when creating a DVD image from a source disk created with XCOPY XPRess?
Are there any known issues with...
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Posted By r_abela

Thanks to all of you. Actually it was the system...

Thanks to all of you. Actually it was the system restore, it was taking up to 10GB of diskspace.
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Posted By r_abela

Windows XP - DIfferences in HDD space?!

Dear all,

I have a P4 2.4Ghx computer system running on Windows XP as operating system. Iíve been using it for just one month and yet I only installed a couple of new programs.

Yesterday I...
03-10-04, 02:52 AM
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Posted By r_abela

Wouldn't it be possible fixing a temporary door...

Wouldn't it be possible fixing a temporary door and finish your front door inside your workshop? I don't expect to much change in temerature in-house. You will also avoid direct sunlight from hitting...
03-10-04, 01:54 AM
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Posted By r_abela

Chfite, I don't think these are seconds, how will...

Chfite, I don't think these are seconds, how will I know that? They cost quite a lot and they come in standard 8 X 4 ft sanded boards, so I presume they aren't seconds. I usually store them...
03-08-04, 07:21 AM
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Posted By r_abela

Did you try applying a paint removing solution? I...

Did you try applying a paint removing solution? I would try it out on a small hidden area and see how it reacts. You will then have to sand it out with at least 120 grit sandpaper so as to remove all...
03-08-04, 04:52 AM
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Posted By r_abela

Pine and Oak Boards

Can anyone suggest how to avoid solid wood boards from bending? I buy solid pine or oak boards and consume them over a period of time (usually within a couple of weeks). However, after a short period...
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