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  1. have a nice dave

    Vhs To Dvd Choppy

    I tried to disable AV but I can't until the return policy expires or something.
  2. have a nice dave

    Vhs To Dvd Choppy

    what does that mean?
  3. have a nice dave

    Vhs To Dvd Choppy

    I thought hub and port were the same. I should of said port.
  4. have a nice dave

    Vhs To Dvd Choppy

    So 3.44 GB probably isn't enough?
  5. have a nice dave

    Vhs To Dvd Choppy

    Easy Roxio VHS to DVD requires a 2.0 hub. Will it work on a 3.0 hub?
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    Vhs To Dvd Choppy

    HDD is empty. I just got the computer yesterday. I have not defragged.
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    Vhs To Dvd Choppy

    They died and Best Buy doesn't carry that model anymore. I am using windows 8:1 I don't have any gadgets running that I am aware of. I haven't tried to disable anything. I don't know what A/V is or how to disable it.
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    Vhs To Dvd Choppy

    I have been doing this for four years and more and I can't seem to find a computer that will capture video without having some kind of problem, like dropped frames. I had a solution to this problem with my other computers. I would use two VCR's. One VCR played the video I want to capture to my computer and the other VCR had a DVD player and I would have the DVD record while I captured the video from my vcr to my computer. I never had any problems whatsoever. I could capture old home movies on big reels for 2 hours straight and not have any problem, yet the new computer I am using can't go more than 4 minutes without doing something like dropping frames. Capturing video worked great on the HP 2000 laptops. I had two of those laptops and had no problems of dropped frames as long as I used my method. Now the last two computers I bought will drop a frame even when using my method. I returned one and I am trying to see if I can get this laptop to quit dropping frames or I will exchange it for another. I am using a HP Pavillion with AMD. processor - AMD A8-6410 APU WITH AMD Radeon R5 graphics 2.00 GHz Installed RAM - 4.00 GB (3.44 usable) System Type - 64 bit operating system x 64 based processor. Any suggestions?
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