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One person at Amazon > complained that two out of four discs in a DVD set that included my movie > stuttered but didn't specify this one. If you do, then you know it's probably your IDE DVD drive. But a PIII with nothing else happening should be fast enough. And if so, is there a way of making it work > better? (It's a DVD I bought a couple months ago, so I'm not sure I can > return it.)

My DVD is a TORiSAN DVD-ROM DRD- U824 and im using Power DVD to run it, it has the windows XP Driver. How should I think about this? More About Us... Fixed it like a charm!!! # posted by Anonymous : 15/10/08 20:36 Hi I have Vista and the stuttering problem, yet when I go into the device manager and then http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/267426-45-dvds-stuttering-pentium-system

Or if something else is running in the background. A chap from Sweden had the same problem but told me to switch to NTSC. Googling computer problems always works. # posted by Anonymous : 30/12/07 02:13 Thanks alot. You make have to get updated software from the manufacture for XP.

  • I'll check out Nero DiscSpeed.
  • UltraDMA drivers tend to give better throughput than PIO modes.
  • All of them stutter equally.
  • I thought the DVD was bad--but I played it on my WinXP >>>> desktop computer with the same media player, and it seemed to run >>>> mostly OK (although there were
  • The video and audio stutter are quite bad in both Windows Media Player and VLC.
  • Could it be a marginal DVD?
  • Sometimes it may freeze for a second start back for a second, freeze for another second, and finally get going normally again.
  • There were probably 60 opinions posted.

If it's the latter then probably there > will be plenty of posts online from others having similar problems. Register Privacy Policy Terms and Rules Help Popular Sections Tech Support Forums Articles Archives Connect With Us Twitter Log-in Register Contact Us Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2017 XenForo Ltd. What happens if you try to rip the DVD to the hard drive before playing? –user55325 Dec 3 '11 at 22:39 What data transfer rate are you getting when Is there a name for the center of a line?

Stay logged in Sign up now! asked 5 years ago viewed 798 times active 5 years ago Blog What Programming Languages Are Used Most on Weekends? solved My system boot looping after I installed new 4GB RAM ("Transcend 4G 1Rx8 ddr3 1333 U" ) i m having a DG31PR motherboard with pentium dual core E5200 and 4gb And if so, is there a way of making it work > better? (It's a DVD I bought a couple months ago, so I'm not sure I can > return it.)

Can a reproductive system that allows interspecies breeding be made believable? The specs of my system are posted in the signature area. __________________ ATI AIW Radeon 7500 64MB, Windows XP Pro, PIII 550, 256 MB SDRAM, Tyan Trinity 400, VIA Apollo Chipset, That put it right. Mine came as one of four >> movies in a different set; I guess I'd better play the others soon to >> determine if they're OK. >> >> One other question,

Lecturer with anxiety. this website Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password? I was freaking out so much, I thought I'd done irreparable damage to my computer. I just Googled the movie and > couldn't find anything about the regular DVD, although there seemed to be > problems with the Blu-Ray version (not what I have).

sc_reduce32 ... i have the same problem you describe, but the solution that worked for u, doesnt for me!! ? :S xx # posted by Anonymous : 25/11/06 17:26 Thank you SO Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy! Click here to join today!

I have cleaned the lens on the DVD drive with a lens cleaner disc. Looking again at the settings in Device Manager, I noticed that the IDE channel was set to "DMA if available" but under mode it just said "not applicable." That sounded fishy, Mine came as one of four movies in a > different set; I guess I'd better play the others soon to determine if > they're OK. > > One other question, They're always inventing new and evil means of protecting content, and perhaps that is what you've run into. (For example, it may play smooth in a real DVD player connected to

can you suggest what may have gone wrong? Corben9 View Public Profile Visit Corben9's homepage! That is, both video and sound would completely stop and then, after a few seconds, resume.

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Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? There's a button on the front panel of the drive itself which does this when held down repeatedly for over 3 seconds. I'll do some checking in these areas too. If what you are seeing occurs when the video is panning left or right then it is a crappy conversion to DVD.

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Looks like a bunch of us are eternally grateful. but i am unable to install 64 bit os Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany UK Italy USA Subscribe to It was gettin annoying having to watch them at half speed!!! # posted by Anonymous : 15/11/06 02:16 hey there, what do u do if this doesnt work!!! A Google search brings up a hit with a reference to "DMA mode", and that is a problem I had before, so I know what it is, and how to fix

The more RAM available for the media player the less likely the Windows would pause to swap out other memory "chunks." A finally, you might need to consider update the required Now, with my AIW Radeon 7500 I also experience some stuttering. I have tested multiple commercial DVDs, which are clean and not scratched. Thank you, Rob!

My setup Pentium 4 2.4ghz 4gb RAM ATI Radeon 9200 video card IDE DVD drive [ATAPI liteon] Win XP SP3 Media Player Classic XP codec pack What I've checked/tried No other




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