DVD problems

  Al27 19:55 12 Feb 03
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Hi there, Just a question, I have an HP Pavilion 7910 series computer, which has an 850 MHz Duron Processor, an asus VT 8363/5 KT 133/KM133 chipset and 384 MB of RAM.I recently installed a dvd/ cd-rw drive and for playing DVDs it seems a little bit of a jerky image.The resource meter says that the processor is at 100% of capacity while playing DVDS. How can I upgrade my system? I am especially interested in installing a higher speed processor if at all possible. Any Help Would Be Much Appreciated, as I am fairly novice at all this. Alan .

  bremner 20:05 12 Feb 03

Isn't this exactly the same question as your running thread click here

  Al27 20:17 12 Feb 03

Sorry yes it is similar but I am looking for help with the graphics card side of things , now that I know that my processor is adequate.Any help on graphics card and a cheap solution would be really appreciated.
Thanks
Alan

  giggsy 21:25 12 Feb 03

Have you got DMA enabled on your DVD drive?

  Al27 21:33 12 Feb 03

Yes Set to DMA already.

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