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.) 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.) Were all of Shakespeare's plays fully in iambic pentameter? If your DVD drive uses a IDE / ATAPI / PATA connection, you would probably need to have the correct UltraDMA drivers for you motherboard.
All trademarks used are properties of their respective owners. When the DVD drive came back, the mode was set to Ultra DMA 2. During DVD playback, CPU usage is low (60% at peak, usually below 30%) I have checked that the DVD drive is in DMA mode. For example, if it's a music disk try to rip the songs of it. weblink
Software for Windows Sep 11, 2003 rbV5 Lifer Joined: Dec 10, 2000 Messages: 12,632 Likes Received: 0 Do you have DMA enabled on your DVD drive? #2 rbV5, Jan 31, That is, >> both video and sound would completely stop and then, after a few seconds, >> resume. Not enough to go to the trouble to send it off for repair, but enough to be annoying.
ChicanoDec 5, 2011, 9:39 AM 1. Or use a product that creates an image of the disk then mount that image in a virtual drive see if that works. "Jo-Anne" <> wrote in message news:i06tee$6ke$-september.org... > I've The stutter is gone. –Kevin Dec 5 '11 at 8:16 add a comment| 1 Answer 1 active oldest votes up vote 0 down vote If the problem is anything to do If you see the same thing on a PC and a settop DVD player then the problem is most likely in the way the DVD was created.
But every time Windows encounters a problem, it automatically switches the device one level lower. Thread Status: Not open for further replies. Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? Continued Could it be a marginal DVD?
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Creating Non-Clustered Index on Non-Persisted Computed Column SQL Server Conceal carry: limits in a modern society What's the Placeholder field used for in a Rendering? Come on, somebody has had to experience this problem before with ATI DVD playback? __________________ ATI AIW Radeon 7500 64MB, Windows XP Pro, PIII 550, 256 MB SDRAM, Tyan Trinity 400, http://cathe.com/homeland-security-seizes-illegal-cathe-dvds Paul Paul, Jun 27, 2010 #6 Jo-Anne Guest "Paul" <> wrote in message news:i084gf$u0v$... > Jo-Anne wrote: >> "Paul" <> wrote in message >> news:i06vag$2k5$... >>> Jo-Anne wrote: >>>> Now all of a sudden, it stutters.
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.) Is there a name for the center of a line? Is this just something that is inherent to today's DVDs and players?
If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. That is, >>> both video and sound would completely stop and then, after a few seconds, >>> resume. Data transfer tests at 2.72 mb/s I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling the codecs, MPC and VLC. I didn't know what was going on with my Dvd player and this completely fixed it. # posted by Anonymous : 4/10/09 02:35 This is amazing!!
Similar Threads Sounds Are Pausing And Stuttering Jenni Allen, Aug 14, 2003, in forum: Windows XP Hardware Replies: 1 Views: 351 Maureen Goldman Aug 15, 2003 slow loading and stuttering sounds If the price was too low, that might be a sign they've been pressed in somebody's basement. Thread Status: Not open for further replies. Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations.
Then try and create a new disk from the above and see if that works better. DVD On XP Is Stuttering Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by cjbtaylor, Dec 23, 2001. THAT SO TOTALLY FIXED THE PROBLEM...I WAS GOING NUTSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR POSTING.MORI # posted by okiemori : 19/4/08 06:44 Thank you, Thank you, Thank you. Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password?
How do I know I'm not unknowingly messing it all up? Rob Moir, Jun 27, 2010 #3 Jo-Anne Guest "Paul" <> wrote in message news:i06vag$2k5$... > Jo-Anne wrote: >> I've begun playing DVD movies on my WinXP laptop with VLC Media Player. Finally, the solution to my long-standing, seemingly irreparable problem. I'm kinda stumped and almosty ready to simply go back to ME (which I find to be an excellent OS from M$) and dumping XP which apart from this particular issue
Now in the hotel I find the time to fix it.First I thought it was a physical defect on the disc or the drive, but using another disc has the same Advertisements Latest Threads New Google Brain software can enhance tiny images Becky posted Feb 7, 2017 at 7:03 PM New Logo Ideas Ian posted Feb 7, 2017 at 6:17 PM Delete