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Windows 7: Pinnacle Instant DVD Recorder HD Drops frames

18 Mar 2012   #1

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Pinnacle Instant DVD Recorder HD Drops frames

Hey everyone! I have a brand new Dell laptop with an intel core i7 processor. I actually do walkthroughs, let's plays, and the like on youtube. I recently got the Pinnacle Dazzle DVD Recorder HD, as an upgrade to my old one. Everything is great on it, except it constantly drops frames, making my videos choppy, and the sound, out-of-sync. I have hunted around, and nothing works. I know a little about software, a little about hardware, but not much . Please, keep that in mind when answering. I have tried setting the priority to high on the task manager, setting the drive to DMA mode (although, the site I was following, microsoft.com, said to set all with channel in their name to DMA, there were none at all with channel in it's name under the designated spot [IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers], so that was a bust, and also slightly alarming. All that came up was my chipset.), having the recorder on a lower setting, as well as countless other things that obviously didn't work. Any suggestions?

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