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DMA (Direct Memory Access)

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  1. Ryu77

    Ryu77 Regular member

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    I am attempting to capture video onto my PC (via a product called DVD Xpress, by ADS tech). The problem is it keeps dropping frames so when I try to author the video into a DVD, the audio gradually goes out of sync.

    In the manual it says you must enable DMA (Direct Memory Access). It doesn't explain how to do this for windows XP though.

    Does anyone know how to make sure DMA is enabled for Windows XP?
     
  2. ddp

    ddp Moderator Staff Member

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    goto device manager, cd/dvdroms, properties on each drive than settings than click dma. you'll have to restart computer to take effect
     

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