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Q: is my recorded VIDEO protected?

i recorded a video using my TV TUNER CARD, the video is in mepg format, now i want to upload it to a site to share it with my classmate, and of course, let them download it as well.

however, i'm worried that they might not be able to see it on THEIR computer, since i remember music i rip from my cd cannot be play on any other computers besides my own, will the same apply for this video? which i legally and rightfully recorded with my very own tv tuner card? can my classmates see it on their pc if i give the video to them?

i use windows media player 9, and i my internet connection is active, i have a good pc with a sino tv tuner card, hope this info helps.

thanks a million for the help.

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A: is my recorded VIDEO protected?

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I have recorded a video, but the bottom and right hand side of the video is what i want to remove.

I want to keep the white part and get rid of the yellow part, how do i do it?

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I recently recorded a video interview using my laptop's video recording, the video was a little over 30 minutes long. When I went to play the video, my computer would not play it. When I try to open it, it says "Can not play. Choose something else to play. This item is in a format we don't support.  0xc1010103" even though it will play other videos I have recorded on the computer. I am not sure if the video was too long or if it somehow got corrupted.  This is a very important video that I need for a class assignment, is there any way I can play it? 

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Hi, i recorded a streaming video off of the internet and when i came to play it i noticed it was very quiet. I was wondering if there was anyway to make it sound louder without turning up the volume on my speakers? I used the program - Frontcam - to record the video.

I await your replies

A:Recorded Video Sound

To record sound: Right click the icon of "volume control" on your system tray bar (on the right bottom corner of the screen) and then go to the menu item "options"->"properties"->"recording" and press the "OK" button, check the proper item you want to recording and then start sound recording.
To record sound from microphone: check "Microphone".
To record sound from other application: check "Stero Mix" or "Mono Mix", the name may be different depending on your system.
Did you do everything like that?

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Wow! It's been such a long time since I've posted in the forum I hope you guys are well

I have a Nokia 6300 Mobile/Cell-phone. I recorded a video on it. The video is recorded in .3gp format. I recorded it the wrong way round i.e. upside down. I want to play the video on my computer the right way up.

Nokia Video Manager has no such option to do this.

Need help

A:Recorded Video Upside Down

Hope this helps


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I have a 16- channel DVR that is on a LAN network. I can view live events and do playback but, whenever I downloaded the recorded video on net surveillance interface, I won't be able to locate the downloaded video on my laptop despite telling me download finished.
Please, I need your help. Very urgent response

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I had posted a question a while back about setting up a network and with the answers from "Tech Guy"did get a system working just fine. My Desktop is a Dell Dimension 8400 with XP Media center OS and the laptop is a Toshiba Satellite with Windows Vista Premium. I have two external drives the one I use primarily in storing my present personal active files including a file that stores recording media which the desktop Media Center gets from the TV cable connection. Then this file is also available via the network to the laptop. With the external drive all my other stored files from the desktop are also available on my laptop. Lately I have had several movie downloads and several repeats of the series "Jag"which play on the desktop but will not play on the laptop with various excuses for them not playing like "Cannot play this format:" or " for one reason or another "not authorized to play". I would think the recordings between the two Media Centers would be identical unless Microsoft has changed that too with Vista. I am very unhappy with Vista.


A:Recorded Video from Desktop will not play on Laptop

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Hello Friends and Forum members,
I would really appreciate some help with getting my Blue Screen Minidumps fixed. This happens whenever and only when I play videos, whether it is flow player, UTube, or any other videos on my system.
So far I have identified four files as the culprits here and would need help in knowing how to get them fixed.

I am attaching the Window mini dump the most recent one and the Blue Screen Viewer results for your information and review.
I would appreciate your help and suggestion on getting these problems resolved.

Thanking you in advance for your help. Warm regards,

A:BSOD when Video or recorded webinars are played

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I want to record my screen and create tutorials.

I tried ActivePresenter but it is not working fine.

Video becomes blurry when exported with highest settings.
Following is screenshot of exported video
Following is screenshot of the same region using Snipping Tool
What could be the problem

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I downloaded the cd software program and plugged my device in and it came up on the software, the vid, but when i play it or any other vid it just plays for like 1 sec then freezes the program and i have to close it(the full video will play on the lcd screen on the device). Also you know how when you plug in a device it opens up that screen that lets you choose what to do with it generally? well the first time i plugged it in I tryed opening it with vlc media player and it opens a screen saying it cant open it. now everytime i plug it in it automatically trys to open with vlc and doesnt work.

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I made a video of a cartoon of a game and i don't know how to place my sounds on it. I only need a program that can put .mp3 files on a video. Please give me a program or a link to download the program so i can put sounds on my video.
At first thank you.


A:How to place music on a no sound screen recorded video?

You may be infringing copyright laws in what you've already done, unless the game and cartoon are your own original creation.

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When i try to burn a disc from recorded tv list in media center i am askedto select recording and check box
i am unable to check box
on clicking next i can get one of two messages
BURN FAILURE [even though i have not progressed far enough to activate BURN button]
Hope this makes sense
Can anyone help?

A:Media center wont burn recorded tv to video disc

Hello rmths,
Found this, i am not into burning discs but this may point you in the right direction.
Hope it helps. Good luck and post your results, thanks.

In Media Center, you can only create a video DVD by using a recorded TV show when the broadcast type matches the region that you have selected in Media Center.

Also have you looked at your codec pack ?.

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What equipment would I require to show videos recorded on memory sticks on a monitor?

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I had been recording cartoon shows off and on for my godson to watch. In February, I started getting errors and every attempt to burn a video DVD aborts. At first I thought maybe I had some bad DVD+R media, but I am able to burn other things to DVD outside of Media Center. I can burn data DVDs, but fail on video DVDs.

Here is what happens: In Media Center, I select the episodes of recorded TV shows that I want to burn to DVD. The process starts normally, indicating that it may take "several hours" to finish. After about an hour or so, at around 25% completion, I hear the DVD burner spin up like it is going to start burning the DV. After a few (less than ten) seconds, it stops and ejects the disk. In Media Center, an error comes up saying: "BURN FAILURE, An error has occurred in burning the CD/DVD." There is no further info nor error codes. It appears that something does get burned to the disk during those few seconds, because the system will no longer recognize the disk and it must be trashed.

I am running Vista Ultimate 64-bit on an HP system with a quad core processor and 4Gb of RAM. So far, I have tried all the tips that I can find for similar problems (install CODECs, reregistering DLL files, etc.), but nothing helps. I even went so far as to use the original system restore disks to wipe out the computer entirely and reinstall Vista, then let it do all updates (through SP2). Lots of things work better, but this one problem per... Read more

A:Media Center will no longer burn recorded TV shows to video DVD

Hi Clay and welcome to the forums

What format are these TV shows in?


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I have a video file (.wmv) on my computer, I would like to take it along with other files to burn on a dvd, but for some reason this file says it is protected. I can watch it over and over again with windows media viewer, but I cannot do anything else with it, like load it into windows movie maker. When I try to import this file to windows movie maker it always comes up with:

The file .wmv is protected using digital rights management and cannot be imported

I am trying to burn a DVD and use Movie MAker, How can I get this to work, I can't seem to convert this file either, so I do not know what to do?
Logan Sosa

A:Help, Video File(WMV) is protected? Don't know why, How Do I Unprotect it?

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Is there any way to enable Protected audio/video path in BIOS?Or is it already on and the drivers in Windows 10 are missing? Lenovo P71, Xeon, P5000

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System setup as follows ...HP Zbook 17G2 (764091R-999), Windows 10, NVidia Quadro K5100M (Driver Version 361.80)Advanced Docking Station (NZ223AA#ABA)HP Z34c Curved Display (attached to Docking Station with DVI Cable)The issue that I am having is as follows ...With the HPBook17G2 in the dock, PC Screen Closed - when playing digital content using Netflix or Hulu I can hear the video playing but cannot see the video on the HPZ34c widescreen displayWith the HPBook17G2 in the dock PC Screen Open - when playing the same digital content, I can hear video playing, but can only see the video when the Hulu/Netflix is on the PC Screen not the HPZ34c widescreen display. If I span the Netflix Hulu Window across the two screens (PC and HPZ34c) the video is displayed on the PC Screen Only.Video content from YouTube plays just fine on all displays.I have completed the following troubleshooting Steps:Updated Windows 10 PC DriversUpdated NVidia Quadro K5100M DriversConnected directly to the DVI port on the side of the PC, with the PC undocked.Used different DVI/DVI CableTried DVI (PC) /HDMI (HP Z34c Display) CableAny insight would be greatly appreciated.   

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I have a password protected directory using .htaccess and I have a large number of real media streaming videos in this directory for my members.

Every time a member goes to view a video they have to keep re-entering their user name and password every time which is very annoying and is losing subscribers.

A member should only have to enter in user name and password one time to get into the members area...not every time they want to view a video.

What can I do to fix this?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Dear Lenovo...what is about Protected Audio/Video Path (PAVP) on my Lenovo 20JD.(bios is the latest ver.1.21)....and how to enable/disable  it in the bios.Protected Audio Video Path is still classified as Intel Restricted Secret.  So there is no public documentation available...Thank you in advance.. PAVP Mode Quick ReviewPAVP (Protected Audio Video Path) controls the hardware-accelerated decoding of encrypted video streams by Intel integrated graphics processors. Intel offers two PAVP modes ? Paranoid and Lite.When set to Paranoid, the video stream is encrypted and its decoding is accelerated by the integrated graphics processor. In addition, 96 MB of system memory will be reserved exclusively for use by PAVP.When set to Lite, the video stream is encrypted and its decoding is accelerated by the integrated graphics processor. No system memory will be reserved for use by PAVP.When set to Disabled, the hardware-accelerated decoding of video content protected by HDCP is disabled.If you wish to play HDCP-protected content, you should select the Lite option. It allows hardware-accelerated decoding of the video stream. The graphics core will grab system memory for use by PAVP only when it is needed and release it after use.The allocation of PAVP stolen memory may be necessary to allow some applications to stream lossless audio formats like Dolby TrueHD or DTS-HS MA. In such cases, you will need to set the PAVP Mode BIOS optio... Read more

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My McAfee virusscan detected the [email protected] virus. I'm unable to do anything with it (delete, clean, quarantine). I get disk is write-protected error. I try to browse to the directory it's in and I can't see it. I've changed folder settings to show hidden and system files. I'm running XP and still can't see the folder it shows up in. I've run viruscan in normal and safe mode. Still can't do anything with it. I've included my Hijackthis log.

A:[email protected] and disk is write-protected error

You are using an old version of Hijack This. You are also running HJT from your Temporary Internet Files folder. It will not function properly from there and it cannot create and restore backups from there. You need to create a new folder in My Documents and name it Hijack This. Now Click here to download Hijack This again. Download it and click "Save". Save it to the Hijack This folder you just created. That way it can create and restore backups if needed. HJT will store the backups in the same location that it is run from.

Click on Hijackthis.exe to launch the program. Click on the Do a system scan and save a logfile button. It will scan and then ask you to save the log. Click "Save" to save the log file and then the log will open in notepad.

Click on "Edit > Select All" then click on "Edit > Copy" then Paste the log back here in a reply.

DO NOT have Hijack This fix anything yet. Most of what it finds will be harmless or even required.

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I pay (subscribe) to watch "protected" (I think) training tutorial from a website.

One of their FAQ posted on their website is: "Can I record the tutorials and watch them when I don't have access to the internet"?

Their response is: "If your a techie you can".

I can't record the tutorials using Real Player. I know nothing about streaming video.

They say it's flash video. How can I record it?

Is there a free program that can do this?
Your help is appreciated!!!

A:Can I record "protected Flash video"?

I would ask them for assistance. We aren't going to be able to provide assistance on material that is copywritten, and I'll guarantee you that that stuff is.

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I've been on holiday and recorded tv to my pc while I've been away. The programs I've recorded, seem a little jumpy. Just as though someone is pressing the pause button, and then starting them again. Will 'demuxing' cure this? Or does anyone know how I can improve the file. I want to burn the files to DVD-RW so I can watch them, then erase.

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When changing the computer connected to a domain controller to a workgroup, will this get recorded in the registry?

Meaning is there anyway to check back whether the computer had previously been connected to a domain controller?

Please advise, thanks.

A:Recorded in registry?

Hi katmai, welcome to TSF..

yes, i'm pretty sure the event will be recorded in the event log and is possibly traceable by other methods too.

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Any REcordable CD I put in my CD drive locks up my computer. When I eject the CD, the computer returns to normal.

Any Non copied CD (Music or normal data) works fine.

I also tried said disks in other computers that I own, and they work fine. I never had this problem until now. Not sure what I did to cuase this to happen.

Any help would be appreciated.


A:Recorded CDs Not working

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I have an external TV Tuner (Hauppauge WinTV-HVR-950q) and I have been recording some TV programs with it into Windows Media Centre (I have Windows Vista) consistently for a month now. For a couple weeks I was able to burn the recordings on a DvD with no problem, but now when I get to the "Review and Edit List" which used to show which recording I was burning, the list is blank and I can't go any further. I've tried clicking "Add More" and selecting the recording from "Recorded TV" - but I can't select any of my Manual Recordings, even though they do show up on this page.

My problem doesn't appear to be with the tuner -- my recordings do show up in Media Centre and I can play them, etc. The first difference I saw right before I noticed the problem was that there is no longer a still screenshot as the icon for my recordings (including the ones recorded prior to the problem) just the name.

That's the best I can do for a description -- any ideas of what's going on?

A:Can't Burn Recorded TV

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-FIRST OFF NAPSTER ISNT P2P- you pay to use it and pay for songs if you download them-
so dont ban this, its a legit problem

Today I bought a new mp3 player It came with a free trial for napster and it said I could Import my current songs I have on my computer. (not downloaded... I made these songs the others were from CDs I bought). Ok so I import them in to the napster library but I think it just moved the file name in there and not the file. But the file is not in my own library anymore under "my music" I deleted a couple of the songs off the napster thing and it said they were deleted but not off my hard drive...

um how can I get my songs back. I know theyre on this computer I just need help finding them...
please... I cant loose my songs

oh yea and I can see the songs on windows media player but yet again it wont play them

A:my recorded songs are gone HELP!

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Where does Windows 7 store recorded TV - which folder?

I would like to add recorded shows from my XP machine on my newly installed Windows 7 on another machine.


A:Recorded TV - where to find

Managing recorded TV shows in Windows Media CenterRecorded TV is stored in the following location in Windows 7: C:\Users\Public\Recorded TV

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I have setup a Library named "Recorded TV"When i click on Recorded TV in the start menu, the location opens to this(i have circled in red the location), even though that i have set the folder save location to C:\Users\Derek and TienaMy Other Libraries, such as Documents, Open up under the Library list (again circled in Red)Also, the other libraries don't list the file location at the top, as the Recorded TV, below the green library title. I want to remove this from the Recorded TV. I cannot seem to figure out how.

A:Recorded TV Folder

I'm sorry, I don't fully understand what your problem is and what you want accomplished. Could you please restate your problem? Do you want to remove the "C:\Users\Derek and Tiena" entry from the Recorded TV Library?

Working with Libraries is very easy. When you have an Explorer window open, click Libraries in the left pane. Now, inside the main window, right-click the Library you want to modify. Click Properties. From this Properties window, you can edit what is included in the Library and what is not. It's very intuitive.

If you want to get rid of the file location at the top that you mentioned, simply do this: right-click in the empty space of the window and hover over "Group by". Select "None" from this secondary menu. This will remove the grouping by file location.

I'm not sure if that is exactly what you were after, but perhaps I will be better able to assist after I get a clearer picture of what it is you're wanting to do.

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i recorded a program that contains only the winrar files onto a blank cd-r. i used nero 6, selected "Make Data cd" --> added the files--> selected "Finish" and then i successfully burned the cd. but when i want to open/explore the cd i get the following message:

"D:\ is not accessible. Incorrect function."

i'm doing this so i can place these files onto another computer at a different location. any ideas? thanx.

A:Recorded cd-r not opening.

Google gives 190 hits for that problem, so don't feel alone!

Most prevalent is Roxio burning software causing a conflict, followed by a conflict with Nortons antivirus.

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I've recently updated to XP pro. from ME. I find that I can not read discs copied or recorded now. It seems like the disc is not being closed after burning it does this on all programs cd and dvd I'm running a sony dvd burner along with music match and easy cd creator 6. it will record fine but than won't recognize discs on any player cd or dvd I contacted my computer manufact. they had no clue and told me that xp pro was incompatable with the record software and that I needed to remove xp. reformat the hard drive and reinstall ME.. Sony gave me the run around.. spent $100.00 waiting on hold and getting alot of nothing from roxio can anyone fix this without having to scrub the hard drive and removing XP pro. thanks Bilbo

A:closure of recorded cds

I have XP Pro and Roxio (although not my favorite). When you burn a disk, teh dialog box should have a section that allows you to "finalize" the disk. Another option is to put the open disk in the drive, then click File>Finalize

Hope this helps,


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Greetings-I have a rather small (OK, maybe it's large) problem. I am trying to capture video from my TV and transfer it to my PC. I am using an TV Tuner PCI Phillips 7130 ( SBT-TBFM) capture device to do so. I have checked all my connections and believe I have everything connected correctly. While the video is being captured, I am able to see the video and hear the audio stream and everything appears fine. That said, after I finish capturing the video and open the video file, the video plays but there is no sound. This seems to indicate that no sound is coming into the PC, but since I was able to hear audio during the preview, I know this is not the case. I am on Windows 7 running a 2.8 GHz AMD with 4 GB of RAM. I am using the Honestech TVR software that came with the TV Tuner. I have writing to the seller SABRENT and to Honestech, and their answers have not resolved the problem.

THis is very frustrating, so any help is appreciated.

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Does anyone know if it is possible to access the subtitles on pre-recorded DVD's? If so, how? edit: answered my own question!

A:pre-recorded DVD subtitles

Hi, stlcardsfan, and welcome to the forums.

Do the other users who might need the answer and post how you fixed it, please.

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I just submitted a form to this company after clicking send I got the following message:

XSS Attact Recorded With Ip : **.***.***.**. This is your 1. XSS attact. Your information is recorded.

Anything I should be worrying about?

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Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Professional, Service Pack 1, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-4160 CPU @ 3.60GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 60 Stepping 3
Processor Count: 4
RAM: 3996 Mb
Graphics Card: Intel(R) HD Graphics 4400, 1774 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 464884 MB, Free - 409406 MB; F: Total - 953867 MB, Free - 898451 MB; Y: Total - 12013 MB, Free - 3049 MB;
Motherboard: Dell Inc., 0VNGWR
Antivirus: Panda Free Antivirus, Updated and Enabled

With an HDHomerun Prime and cable card, I can play back recorded TV (Media Center) only on the computer (my desktop) where it was recorded.
Is there any way that I can get around this and copy a recorded program to a flash drive and play it on my laptop?

A:Solved: Recorded TV

If you want to move the actual file, it will need to be converted to another format to remove the copy protection.

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sorry if this was previously discussed... but I couldn't find an answer.

A friend of mine has Windows XP Media and he recorded something for me. When he tried burning to a DVD it wouldn't let him due to the "licencing" thing. He was able to record so many movies without ANY issues whatsoever, yet HBO show could not be put on a disk. we ended up saving it on a CD (in its original .dvr-ms format) as a data file. I tried watching it on my PC using WMP, and it STARTS but 10 sec into it it stops and says that the content can only be viewed on the PC that originally recorded it.

I have a file converter software but even that didn't work because of.... yes, you got it; licencing issue.

Is there ANY way around this?? All I want to do is be able to watch this on my PC (and not have to watch it on the computer that was used to record it).


A:recorded program won't burn on DVD

I don't think you are going to get much help here on bypassing or removing the ""licencing thing" Such discussions on circumventing DRM are against TSG Rules.

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I am having a problem with my Internet Explorer 9
Something is wrong with the browsing history. A few days ago, it suddenly stopped recording the sites I have visited and it only records the documents I have opened up through Computer
I do not have InPrivate Browsing on, I did not check the option for Delete Browsing History on Exit, I did not click the Delete button to delete my browsing history, and I did not change any settings. All that happened was that I was browsing websites and
the Browsing History function was working like normal, and then all of a sudden on Wednesday, it stops recording my websites and only records the Microsoft Word documents I have opened up that day
I am not sure if the Temporary Internet Files Folder is full, but I have never had a problem with it in the past and the storage space is in the recommended range.
I have not made any changes to any of the setting at all.
I could really use some help on this because it is really bothering me
Thanks in advance to whoever helps!

A:Browsing History Not Being Recorded

Did you check the size of Temporary internet file folder? It is usually located in C:\users\profile\appdata\local\microsoft\windows\temporary internet files
If the folder is full, IE will not record history.
 Please remember to click ?Mark as Answer? on the post that helps you, and to click ?Unmark as Answer? if a marked post does not actually answer your question. This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread.

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I have the gateway SX2850, Home Premium 64 bit, with a Homerun ATSC dual tuner. The audio is fine for any programs streaming online, but I cannot get audio on live or recorded TV. This happened suddenly. I watched a recorded show and it was fine. I tried to watch the same recording a second time and there is no audio. I must have done something, but I can't figure out what (I'm new to this). I ran the audio diagnostic/fix program, but it did not help. I do get Win 7 audio, just not when I try to watch recorded or live TV.
Thanks for any suggestions.

A:No audio in recorded or live TV

Related note, I also have Win 7 with a Hauppage 850. I get Video just fine but no audio. Already redid my Win 7 box once. Works and then boom, after a while it stops working. I'm thinking it has to be a microsoft patch that does this thing in.

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If a PC encounters an issue that produces a BIOS alert when starting up (e.g. rear chassis fan not detected or CPU fan not detected), does that get recorded in a log file somewhere? We've had a bunch of desktops that have run into fan problems on start up and needed the fan replaced. I was hoping to verify if a PC was doing it consistently or if it was just a one off glitch.

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i have a cisco 9865HDC from cox that has DLNA capabilities, i can access the DVR from windows media player/media center but i can't play them media player says that the file might be in use, i don't have permission or there is a proxy issue, there is a password for the DVR but i haven't found anywhere to enter the password, is that the reason for the error, not being able to enter the password?

A:can't play recorded tv/movies from DVR

What OS? This is posted in the Windows 8 forum, but that OS is not listed in your Computer Specs.

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I bought my wife Adaptec's VideOH multimedia center USB for Christmas. It seems to work fine, TV's great and recording seems to be. She recorded a VHS tape of the family and the video plays back fine on the PC, there's just no sound. I took the disc to the DVD player attached to our main TV and the sound was good. It appears the drive is not set up to play digital sound, which seems strange for a DVD/CD burner. I tried to see if there were any audio settings for the drive by going to Properties from the Control Panel. There weren't. The PC is running XP Media Center, it's an Athlon 64 3400+ with a gig of RAM.

Another audio quirk which may be unrelated: my wife and her sister play games on Pogo (I think that's it). If my wife logs on to the site, she doesn't get sound. If she logs on as her sister (they cheat) she gets sound. That's not a real problem for her, but I put it in as it might be related.

A:Solved: No sound from recorded DVD

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I'm hoping this will be considered to be enough of a "computer problem" to qualify here....
Using my Android smartphone, I used an app called RMC Call Recorder to try recording phone conversations.  After I used it, I found the resulting AMR files in the phone and transferred them over to my computer and tried listening to them.  The only part of the conversation that was recorded was my side.  The other person couldn't be heard.  
Does this sound like a problem with the app, or with the sound file itself?  I've never heard of the AMR format.  I used a converter to convert it to MP3, but it didn't change the fact that I could only hear one side of the conversation.
Also, sorry about thread title.  It was supposed to say "half", not "have".  I couldn't edit it after posting either.  Mod Edit:  Fixed - Hamluis.

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Is there any kind of software that I can purchase that can finalize DVDs that are already recorded. Let me explain. I had a DVD recorder a couple of years back that I transfered many sporting events from my VCR to DVD. However, I didn't know that I had to finalize these DVDs. Now, when I try to play these on the various players around my home, I get various error messages. Now I've figured out that I have to finalize these discs, and I have a different recorder, so I'm not having this problem anymore, but I'm wondering if there is any software out there that can allow me to finalize these discs so I won't have to re-record everything. If anyone has any advice, I'd love to hear it. Thanks!


A:Finalizing Old Recorded Dvds

I've read that you have to finalize with the recorder you used to copy from, but I did just read on another site with the same problem and they went to E-Bay and found a very cheap recorder the same as the old recorder which they had copied with the first time and won the bid, back in business.

Cheaper than taking to professional.

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why do when i record a blank dvd from a file some dvds have sound and some dyds do not when i place in my dvd play

A:blank recorded dvd playblack

are you finalising the disks

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Hi everybody. I will need a little advice or help with the MSN chat session that are recorded somewhere in my pc. The thing is that my boyfriend is reading my chat conversations, i dont know how, he doenst have access to my computer. My question is, if MSN record my chat sessions, where it does? how can i delete all the information i have in my PC? and another little thing, how could i find programs like GotoMyPc , that can remotlely monitoring any computer? i mean, how could i know if i have one running hide in my pc?

A:MSN chat session recorded

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I stream on a regular basis, as well as use Discord often when playing games or listening to music. Whatever the situation may be, I find that whenever a program of any kind is recording my mic the other sounds are dampened unless they are extremely loud. I have specifically turned off attenuation in Discord, and I have also disabled the related Windows call settings and none have provided a solution. All drivers are up to date, and specs are below.

Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 10 Home, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6700HQ CPU @ 2.60GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 94 Stepping 3
Processor Count: 8
RAM: 16282 Mb
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M, -2048 Mb
Hard Drives: C: 930 GB (272 GB Free);
Antivirus: Avast Antivirus, Enabled and Updated

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