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« on: December 06, 2004, 01:38:15 PM »

hi i posted this already but for some reason it was locked with no answear , anyway im using win xp pro and i have both firefox and Ie but when i click on certain links using either of them they just close by their slef ,its driving me mad , another question i would like to ask on here is how do i fix it so that dvds i make dont go out of sync (this is only certain films) i know this aint a topic for on here but the link i found with the answear ,, well my browsers closes whan i click on it :-(   plzzzzzz help me before my pc lands up through my window and in my back garden
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« Reply #1 on: December 12, 2004, 11:17:34 PM »

Hello starcraft_20002000

What would these certain links be? Are they download links?

Your second question, i found this:
 Some DVDs cause the video and audio to go out of sync. If you have such a DVD, open it, go to the Options Menu, and choose Extra Features. In the window that opens, go to 'Audio/Video sync' and choose 'Synchronize'. Then do a test run to check sound.
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