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  1. Can anyone recommend a video downloader to download and watch Youtube videos? I'm using Windows XP.
  2. Hi all I bought a SZ77R5 Small Form Factor Shuttle PC less than 2 years ago and about 3 weeks ago it stopped booting up (or showing any video at all) and I can’t hear a POST either. I have taken both of my Solid State Drive’s out and plugged them into my other desktop and they are still working fine and the data is safe but going back to the shuttle, I still got nothing on screen. Since then I have taken my ram out of slot 1 altogether and put the ram from slot 2 into slot 1 (8GB Corsair Vengeance.) Still I get nothing – no video or POST – just a blank screen. I have tried the video output to two different monitors through different ports (DVI and HDMI) but nothing works. Has the motherboard had it? Do you have a suggestion for getting a more reliable Small Form Factor PC? I need it to be fairly compact so that I can transport it on a handful of occasions throughout the year (possibly around 6 or 7 times but definitely less than 10.) Any help with this would be much appreciated. Rich
  3. itstraining

    Free Screen Recorder

    Hello!! Visit to learn how to create online videos! Learn how to use Screenr and Windows Live Movie Maker for one of the easiest ways to capture a screencast and edit it, all without installing any extra software! Includes detailed step-by-step instructions on how to create a Screenr account, record, publish, and much more! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d4JpG4Qkn5o&feature=player_embedded
  4. BigBadBart25

    Cant play videos full screen

    Hey crew I am back with a problem that is not necessarily a huge deal, but mainly annoying. I am using my fiancee's older Compaq Presario PC. AMD Sempron 3100+, 2 GB Memory, 60 GB Hardrive, and a secondary hardrive. All the rest of the hardware is factory except for addition of a wireless card and adding more memory to make it 2 gigabytes. Yes I am using onboard video, but this hasnt been a problem in the past. I am running Windows XP Service Pack 2. Cant install three due to the rolling boot issue that is known for this model, (and yes it will do it). Anyways, main problem is this. With trying to play video's full screen it goes black with lines. Play it normal size and all is good. Doesnt matter if it is youtube, or any other site with any video. Cnn, etc. I see adobe flash pop up for a second then it goes full screen and lines. esc out all is well. I tried DIVX with a few movies, and it will do it without going full screen, and also full screen. So it is worse there. Uninstalled all adobe flash players, reinstalled same problem. Redid DIVX player same thing. Any ideas? Anyone else have this problem? Let me know if you want me to run any system programs to show background processes, etc. I have no issues with doing that. You guys helped me many times before, hope ya can again! Thanks, Bart<table%20style= The linkie https://picasaweb.google.com/106222590301487996045/Temp?authuser=0&feat=directlink
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