Re: Video lag in windows vista x64



Sorry I know nothing about solving problems in playing programs from the Internet.
"Pyroxide" <guest@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:2b87fb7b4e7cc63d7d7a210db69c6505@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Hi Clevo!
Ok so, the video is choppy, the framerate is really low. For the
processes, nothing's running, it's a brand new installation of Windows.
The videos are xVids of movies downloaded from the internet. I'm using
VLC and Divx Player to watch them, and the problem occurs with both.

If there's anything else you need just ask! :)

Thanks again,
Nick


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Pyroxide

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