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Audio Is Great,video Stops/starts



Hello,I am trying to watch a recorded file on CINEPLAYER but the video starts and stops,mostly stops.Audio works well.

I have SERVICE PACK 4 installed.

I will wait for a reply


Thank you Jim.Happy Memorial Day.




Acer Notebook--Aspire 3005 WLCI

Windows xp pro SERVICE PACK 3



Monitor resolution: 1280x800x60

Bits pixal: 32

Processor- X86 Family 15 Model 44 Stepping 2 Authenticamd 199 mhz


You helped me out earlier and fixed the Graphics for me. I was also told by someone that Roxio should not be working on this computer. I beleive it is limited by stuff.

Yes I can do dvd movies for I have CYBERLINK POWER2GO installed which makes my player work.

My file is a AVI File.

Thank you.




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You never have listed any of your computer specs???


Can your PC play a commercial DVD Movie smoothly?


What kind of file are you trying to feed it?


1. I now have my SPECS




3.AVI from my SAMSUNG NV 10 Digital Camera.

Also MPEG from my HI-8 SONY CCD-TRV138 CAMERA.





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Edit down your computer specs; no one need to know all of that. :wacko: Look at what others have in their signature.


The starts and stops certainly seem like a hardware problem but the computer should have enough power to run the videos. Do you have anything else running while you are watching the video?


You have a video chip; not a video card. Update the drivers for it from Acer. You said that you had but they may not have installed properly. Follow the instructions exactly; sometimes you have to remove the old drivers before you install new ones.


Also turn off Video Acceleration in CinePlayer (tools icon). That usually helps.


I would recommend that you install and use the free VLC player. It may give you better play results.

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