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    Originally posted by MerGinz@15 June 2003 - 20:37
    ok i bet you anything that the movie itself isnt bad, and no you dont have to download the movie files in parts, i bet anything that its your computer, i have the same problem and i have a 300MHz machine with 256MB of RAM so since you have enough ram and the movie files are good i bet you anything thats what it is
    What are you talking about?? Speak plain english for me I'm not a computer expert here.
    What am I missing??
    How do I know how many MB of RAM I have??
    Thanx!

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    Originally posted by DeltaSniperZ@15 June 2003 - 21:43
    your system probable can't handle it. what cpu do you have?
    What is CPU??
    Thanx!

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    if you have windows xp home edition, right click on the "my computer" icon on your desk top or from your start up menu and click the "properties" and under general tab at the bottom it should say how much memory you have, which is your ram, your pc memory is measured in raw available memory (ram) and when we say pc or pcu we mean your computer

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    OK!
    So I have 112MB RAM.
    and how do I know what kind of computer do I have. Is there somewhere I can check.
    Sorry, I just really don't know Computers.
    Thanx!

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    same place will give you all the basic info about your pc, you might not have enough memory but personally i don't think that is the problem, but that is just my opinion i could be wrong, how do you know you have the codec pack?

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    I think that the easiest way to resolve your sound synching issue is to develop a
    strategically timed blinking pattern.


    this post is guaranteed 100% parrot-free

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    Originally posted by Sparsely@16 June 2003 - 07:53
    I think that the easiest way to resolve your sound synching issue is to develop a
    strategically timed blinking pattern.

    What???

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    How do I know I have that Codex thing??
    Because I have dowloaded it already a couple of times because everyone is telling me that that is my problem!

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    well just wanted to make sure since you are new and all, you got the latest pack right? and you made sure to go to your control panel from the start menu and delete any codec/divix packs you had before you installed the latest version? and did you pay attention to the directions for the codec pack when it said not to install both of the audio codec options and just to choose one?

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    ok if you go back to the properties what does it say for MHz or GHz and do you have a PC or a MAC

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