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Sound with PowerDVD and WinDVD

Discussion in 'Computer Components' started by Comer, Nov 28, 2001.

  1. Comer

    Comer
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    My PC:

    PIII 600
    256 RAM
    Raedon VE Graphics
    Fortisumo sound card (optical out)
    Pioneer 116 DVD multiregion
    Windows ME
    PowerDVD Version 3
    WinDVD Version 3


    Why is that when ever I change chapters, fast forward or backward, in fact if I touch the mouse at all I loose audio. I have to click "Pause" and "Play" repeatidly to get it back. It's very very very annoying!!!

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  2. Stuart Wright

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    mmm your configurations isn't too sisimilar from mine and I don't have any problems at all.
    Have you got the latest drivers installed for the Fortissimo?
    And the latest Direct x?
     
  3. Comer

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    Where would I find updated drivers for the Sound Card and Graphics card


    Thanks

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  4. m0v1em4n

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    I have the same problem using Power dvd 4,
    I two am using Windows me and Fortisumo sound card (optical out)
    Have tried the latest drivers for the sound card, but still get the problem.

    My video card is nVidia Geforce2 MX 400 (64meg)

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