23.976 video problems

Using Encore 2. I have some TV episodes (AVI) that are 23.976 pps and fps. Last time I imported them and 4 episodes took 12 hours, but all was okay. I figured this time I would process using AVISynth with a pulldown, and it produced the .m2v with 23.976 pps and 29.970 fps, which I hoped was correct. I imported those files, and Encore STILL wants to transcode. Did I use wrong settings with AVISynth (in which case I will look there) or is it something in Encore that would have me need to transcode it anyway??
Hopes this makes sense

I am at work right now, so I don't have all my info, but from memory I am using pretty much default settings as provided by Henc. Best quality, default GOP, MPEG2 matrix. I use software to determine max rate to fit the items on the disc. The only thing I changed from the 29.970 settings was adding the pulldown, which turns out you can leave on and it only uses it when fps is 23.976. Did I leave out anything important??

Similar Messages

  • Mini DVI to VGA Adapter Video Problem

    This year at Randolph-Macon College we replaced the Math lab Emac computers with IMac G5 Intel machines. The laboratory has an NEC model MT1050 projector with a manufacturer’s date of August 2002. We can not seem to get rid of ever present scan lines. We can slow them down and speed them up by adjusting resolution and refresh rates, but nothing will remove them. We are connecting the IMac to the projector via the Apple Mini-DVI to VGA Adapter. It is specifically designed for use with the iMac (Intel Core Duo), and the adapter connects to the Mini-DVI port of the computer and the VGA end of the adapter to an external VGA monitor or projector.
    Troubleshooting the problem we have swapped IMac Intel computers with no luck, but we still have to use the Apple Mini-DVI to VGA Adapter. When we hook the projector to a Intel Mac Book Pro, we have to use a different adapter, but then it works perfectly. In fact, everything we try using other adapters works fine, it’s just when we use the Apple Mini-DVI to VGA Adapter that we experience the video problem.
    Has anyone experienced this problem and if so, have you been able to remedy it?
    iMac (Intel Core Duo)   Mac OS X (10.4.8)  

    I don't have much to suggest, except to ask if you can try with a different mini-DVI to VGA adapter. (i.e. do you have more than one on hand to make sure yours isn't just defective?) Make sure it is firmly seated into the iMac.
    I use the same adapter to provide an extended desktop on an old CRT monitor and the display is great.

  • T400 - Video problems and a long wait for repair...

    I'd just like to state my experience with Lenovo Customer Support for a video problem with my T400.  Bottom line, as of today, it's been around 27 business days that it's been with Lenovo, and 41 days total since it's failed on me, and nobody, including Lenovo Customer Support, seems to know what its status is exactly, except that they're waiting on a part which has no ETA.
    In July 2009, I bought a T400, a 2764CTO version with the switchable graphics between the internal intel graphics and the ATI GPU.
    All was well until February 1st, 2010, when the LCD sudden wouldn't work.  Well, it would work, but the screen was very very dim, even with the display maxed out on brightness.  You would have literally bring your nose to the screen in order to even make out any text or images - definitely unusable.  However, if you hooked up an external monitor via the video output, the T400 would display video output properly that way.  When I did this, I noticed that the switchable graphics option wasn't there any more - couldn't switch to the ATI GPU.  Based on this, I figured it must be a video card or LCD issue, or a combination of both.
    So, I called Lenovo Customer Support (CS) at 1-800-565-3344, since I'm up here in Canada, and I initially was issued a case number of 41JRFSD, and I agreed to send it to a local Lenovo Repair Centre.  Oops, my bad, I made a mistake using the locator tool I was told to use at bplocator.lenovo.com, and thought the Centre was relatively close.  Not quite.  So, I called Lenovo CS again, and they issued me with a new case number, 40KWSYF, and said they'd send a box for return to depot.  And within 2 days, Feb 2nd or 3rd, I got a Purolator courier return box.  That's fast service!  Pleased, I put my T400 in according to instructions, and I sent it off.
    Fast forward to about mid-February.  I called Lenovo CS, and apparently there was a delay - the depot needed a part that wasn't in stock. Fine, I know these things can happen - I'll wait.
    Fast forward to March 1st.  I talk to a Lenovo CS rep, and it appears that the part needed has arrived, and they've put a rush order to get the computer back to me. Great!
    Fast forward to March 8th, still no computer.  I talk to another Lenovo CS rep... strange, there's no update.  The issue gets escalated to the Depot managers.
    Fast forward to March 12th.  Still no word on my T400's status.  An email fron CS has been sent to the depot.  Not even the CS reps know what's going on.  The rep I talk to figures there should be a response by the end of the day.
    Fast forward to today, March 13th, 4:50pm Pacific Time.  I just finish talking to Lenovo CS, there's been no response from the depot.  Apparently there's a part that they're waiting on for repairs, but there's no ETA on it.  Is it the same part that I've waiting on all this time?  Is it a new one?  I don't know. 
    At this point, I've been told to send an email explaining my situation, and I've also been told to talk to Scott the next time I call CS on Monday after 3pm Eastern.  I have to stress that the Lenovo Customer Support Reps I've talked to have all been very sympathetic and have been courteous, helpful, and professional - something I appreciate from having worked in Customer Support myself.  But the bottom line remains: my computer's not back to me.
    So, my questions to the community here: is my experience here typical?  Is there any hope of my seeing my computer back, or even at least just the hard drive?  I've used Lenovo computers for work for the past 7 years, and it was my good work experiences that led me to buying a Lenovo for home use.  However, it's been a while since I've been without my T400, and I was hoping to get my taxes done on the computer too, since they're due at the end of March.  I'll reserve judgement on Lenovo until I get my computer back, but at this point, all I can say is... I'm disappointed.
    If you're reading this, I'll let you judge my experience for youself.  I'll update my case as it progresses. 
    Moderator edit: Removed support contact private information, per the Community Rules.

    Hi all,
    So, an update with some good news: my computer is finally back!  
    After a total of over 40 business days (just over 2 months) I finally have my T400 back at home, working again!
    According to the spec sheets, the repair depot had to replace: the systemboard/planar, display/LCD panel, LCD cable, PC card, bluetooth, and the inverter.  BIOS/Embedded controller was also updated, along with the regular diagnostics to ensure everything was working properly.
    I give Lenovo credit though: they got the final parts to repair the computer on Monday, April 5th, and shipped my computer back to me for the next day (today, April 6th).  That's fast service, once repaired!
    However, my case spans over 4 screens of updates and repair depot orders of parts.
    Also, it took me over 10 calls to Lenovo's Customer Service, plus an escalation to a higher-level manager after 1 month had passed, to get progress updates and ETAs for repair.
    Lenovo called me only once to give me an update, and that was the manager whom my issue was escalated to: all the other times, I called Lenovo for an update.
    The story doesn't end here, however:
    In talking to Customer Support, they told me that Sales might be able to sell me an extended warranty at a discount, given the issues I had.  And indeed, after talking to Sales, they offered me a 1 year warranty extension at a price of just over $100 CDN, plus tax.  This is a sale price, compared to the regular retail of $129.  Unfortunately, they can't sell me just one month.
    At this point, I refused their offer, and again escalated to a manager to request an extension of exactly 1 month on my existing warranty.  I figure 1 month delay in repairs, that's plausible - crap happens, and while most repairs take 5-10 business days, I can understand it can sometimes go higher.  Two months though....  My request for a warranty extension is being considered by the manager it was escalated to.
    So, one last question for you folks reading this: am I being unreasonable, talking to Lenovo support one more time to request a 1 month extension of my warranty, given the length of time it's taken for repairs?  I'll post the response Lenovo will give me tomorrow, as they've said they'll do.
    One thing for sure: Lenovo's response will definitely influence my choice of brand from whom to buy a new computer (and it will influence the choice of my friends who've heard my issues, and maybe yours too).  My particular repair problem may not come up often, but if it does happen to you, I'd be happy to know of your experience.
    Thanks for sticking with me through the drama!

  • Premiere Pro CS6 importing/ audio and video problems

    I recently recorded gameplay from my xbox, when i open this recording using windows media player it states that the video is 3 hours 30 minutes long, which is correct, when i then import this into premiere pro, premiere pro changes it to be 5 hours and 44 minutes long, when i then play this back it plays in slow motion and audio and video start to desync, i thought it may just be the source editor playing up so i made a clip and put it into the timeline and it still had the same outcome. The speed/duration are still on 100% so im not sure what to do, anyone have any idea as to what this is, or why it is happening?

    What are the attributes of your PVR video...
    specifically, is it variable frame rate?
    Media file evaluation utilities:
    If it is VFR, Premiere no-likey.
    Variable frame rate video problems:

  • Why does a Safe Boot fix my video problem?

    After visiting my local Genius Bar twice (and getting two different answers), I erased and reinstalled Snow Leopard 10.6 on my late-2006 "white plastic" iMac.
    I reinstalled the version of SL that came with the iMac, then upgraded it twice to OS 10.6.8. Software Updater says all of my OS components are up-to-date.
    My video-corruption problems ("ghosting", "tearing", pixelation of icon, then the kernel CRASHES within 20 minutes) appear when I boot normally. But they permanently disappear when I reboot into the Safe Mode! 
    I've search Apple.com and every other site I can find without a clear answer to this:
    What extensions, StartUp items, software daemons or gremlins DO NOT load in Safe Mode? Shouldn't one of them be the cause of my problem? Or does Safe Boot work on a hardware-level, too?
    This happens on ALL accounts, both Admin and regular users. No external devices are connected except the wired mouse and wired keyboard.
    I've zapped the PRAM three times, and I've unplugged it for hours. Disk Utility shows everything is good, too. There's about 50 gigs left on the internal 750 GB hard drive.
    The so-called "Geniuses" both ran their Triage OS off an external drive and my iMac hardware passed ALL of their tests. One said it just needed a reinstall (a free fix!!), and the other said my video card is bad ($800, and I have to use an outside repair shop).
    Can someone give me an idea how to proceed? I've been working in Safe Mode for days, but that prevents me from using: Sound, my home network, fonts, Preview, editing in iPhoto, etc.
      Model Name: iMac
      Model Identifier: iMac6,1
      Processor Name: Intel Core 2 Duo
      Processor Speed: 2.33 GHz
      Number Of Processors: 1
      Total Number Of Cores: 2
      L2 Cache: 4 MB
      Memory: 3 GB
      Purchase Date: March 2007

    Hi, Mike,
    Thanks for the quick reply.
    I read the linked post about QE, but I don't see how it could help me troubleshoot my problem. Could you clarify: is QE a piece of "software" (that is, a file -- like an extension)?
    If QE IS a piece of software that is disabled in a Safe Boot, I should be able to move it to my Desktop and restart. If my video problem is eliminated, the QE software is the problem, right?
    But then, if my problem is caused by a file/extension, why would the problem occur (and be eliminated in a Safe Boot) right after I re-installed the OS? Shouldn't all the System software be pristine right after re-installation? But since it's NOT fixed by the re-installation, it seems like a hardware problem -- like the expensive video card. That's what's confusing me.
    So, I'm proceeding as if the problem is caused by a file being loaded into memory and I'm trying to disable the items that don't load in Safe Boot Mode one-at-a-time. I just need a specific list of what those items are (and their locations on my hard drive).
    In OS/9, I used Conflict Catcher to do this automatically, but I haven't found an OSX app to do the same. So I'm trying to do it manually.
    Please excuse my layman's terms. Any help is appreciated.

  • Weird video problems with Mobility Radeon HD 4200

    Recently pacman upgraded the video drivers for my video card:
    [2011-04-17 12:48] upgraded xf86-input-acecad (1.4.0-4 -> 1.4.99_git20110318-1)
    [2011-04-17 12:48] upgraded xf86-input-aiptek (1.3.1-2 -> 1.3.99_git20110318-1)
    [2011-04-17 12:49] upgraded xf86-input-evdev (2.6.0-2 -> 2.6.0-3)
    [2011-04-17 12:49] upgraded xf86-input-joystick (1.5.0-5 -> 1.5.99_git20110318-1)
    [2011-04-17 12:49] upgraded xf86-input-keyboard (1.6.0-1 -> 1.6.0-2)
    [2011-04-17 12:49] upgraded xf86-input-mouse (1.7.0-1 -> 1.7.0-2)
    [2011-04-17 12:49] upgraded xf86-input-synaptics (1.4.0-1 -> 1.4.0-2)
    [2011-04-17 12:49] upgraded xf86-input-vmmouse (12.7.0-1 -> 12.7.0-2)
    [2011-04-17 12:49] upgraded xf86-input-void (1.3.1-1 ->
    [2011-04-17 12:49] upgraded xf86-video-ati (6.14.0-2 -> 6.14.1-1)
    [2011-04-17 12:49] upgraded xf86-video-vesa (2.3.0-4 -> 2.3.0-5)
    [2011-04-17 12:49] upgraded xkeyboard-config (2.1-1 -> 2.2.1-1)
    [2011-04-17 12:49] upgraded xorg-server-common ( -> 1.10.1-1)
    [2011-04-17 12:49] upgraded xorg-server ( -> 1.10.1-1)
    [2011-04-17 12:49] upgraded xvidcore (1.3.0-1 -> 1.3.1-1)
    and now my video sometimes is glitchy.  the output looks like this:
    Also the computer crashes sometimes when I view a flash video in full screen or when I come back to the screen saver.
    I think this has to do with the new video drivers but I'd like to know how I can fix the problem.
    I don't know what other logs to provide as I'm pretty new (using arch for a 9 months) and I haven't had video problems before.
    Last edited by sansar (2011-04-23 19:50:21)

    I just noticed that the video card crashes after i come back from sleep mode.
    Here's the kernel log: http://pastebin.ca/2050145
    and the Xorg.log: http://pastebin.ca/2050146
    For this crash, unlike the one that happens when I view a flash video full screen, the problem can be fixed if i log off and log back on.

  • ITunes / Quicktime Video Problems With Windows VISTA

    I took up Windows Vista as soon as it was available and initially had no problems with iTunes. Then later, video clips (those purchased from iTunes and those I had converted myself) started stuttering / freezing and eventually crashing iTunes and finally I lost audio as well.
    Ayyway to cut a long story short, I have uninstalled / re-installed Vista now about eight times for problems with installing drivers for USB devices (I've finally solved all these problems). After the last install the first program I installed was iTunes, tried video and it worked flawlessly. Then, each time I added a hardware device or program I would restart Vista and retry iTunes video.
    The first item I added was a USB thumb drive (as I had on all previous occasions to take advantage of Vista's 'Ready Boost'). The thumb drive is a 'Sony 2GB micro vault tiny', and meets the transfer speed requirements for 'Ready Boost', as soon as I had set the drive up for 'Ready Boost' I started having the same problems with iTunes video and Quicktime.
    Removed the thumb drive, restarted iTunes and had flawless video playback again. Have tried this over and over with the same result.
    So my question is, has anyone else had video playback problems with iTunes / Vista and found similar problems. Trying to tie down whether this is a compatability problem with 'Ready Boost' or the thumb drive used. I have also tried a Sandisk Titanium 2GB with the same result.
    I am not sure exactly how 'Ready Boost' works, I thought it added memory that was used to cache page files to the thumb drive instead of to the HDD making a faster seek /access time? Which should make things faster. Another article I read today was talking about 'Ready Boost' being an affordable extension to RAM, in this case I could understand the problem as I would think the access to a USB 2.0 thumbdrive would be slower than that to RAM.
    Any help appreciated, but I guess my bottom line is anytime I want to watch video on iTunes, I just pull the USB thumb drive .
    PC Pentium 4   Other OS   Windows Vista Home Premium

    I have the same stuttering video issues with iTunes and Vista. While I have used a thumb drive to transfer files (not Sony) I have not yet messed with Ready boost. I have seen several others complain about the video problem, perhaps they will chime in as well. Unfortunately, your solution doesn't work for me. I pretty much ignore iTunes, waiting for the next version (only god knows when it will be released).
    I do have an external firewire drive connected, I'll disconnect later today and see if that has any affect.

  • Power Mac G4 having video problems -green dots and pixelated lines

    Yesterday my Power Mac G4 running OS X (10.5.1) started having unusual video problems. I started to notice green dots on the screen where the mouse pointer had been or where application windows had recently been. The severity of the video symptoms seem to vary - from a cluster of green pixels to slight amount of fuzz in text.
    I'm thinking that this is a symptom of a problem with the video card starting to fail but I haven't ruled out the Apple Studio Display either. While the Mac was still under Apple Care support, I did have the video card replaced a few years ago due to symptoms that were much more severe than this.
    Should I get a new video card? Could it be the display at fault? How expensive would it be to take it in to the local Apple store for diagnosis/repair?
    ATI Radeon 9700 Pro:
    Chipset Model: ATY,R300
    Type: Display
    Bus: AGP
    Slot: SLOT-1
    VRAM (Total): 128 MB
    Vendor: ATI (0x1002)
    Device ID: 0x4e44
    Revision ID: 0x0000
    ROM Revision: 113-A06500-124
    Apple Studio Display:
    Display Type: LCD
    Resolution: 1280 x 1024
    Depth: 32-bit Color
    Core Image: Hardware Accelerated
    Main Display: Yes
    Mirror: Off
    Online: Yes
    Quartz Extreme: Supported
    Rotation: Supported
    Display Connector:
    Status: No display connected

    Installed a new video card (ATI Radeon 9600) along with the "Apple DVI to ADC Display Adapter" - seems to be fixed now! Thanks for the advice!
    ATI Radeon 9600:
    Chipset Model: ATY,RV351
    Type: Display
    Bus: AGP
    Slot: SLOT-1
    VRAM (Total): 256 MB
    Vendor: ATI (0x1002)
    Device ID: 0x4150
    Revision ID: 0x0000
    ROM Revision: 113-A73503-202
    Apple Studio Display:
    Display Type: LCD
    Resolution: 1280 x 1024
    Depth: 32-bit Color
    Core Image: Hardware Accelerated
    Main Display: Yes
    Mirror: Off
    Online: Yes
    Quartz Extreme: Supported
    Display Connector:
    Status: No display connected

  • HT3964 For the past several months my MacBook Pro has been shutting down. I get horrible video with marks and striations acress the laptop screen and an additional monitor and the weird video problems until the multilingual notice comes up saying to shut

    I used two monitors, and several months ago the MacBook Pro started crashing frequently. It seems like it might be overheating. Sometimes the disks seems to race. I leave the computer on most of the time and it sleeps when I am away, but when I come back in the morning it will have colored striations across both screens, and soon the multilingual announcement comes up that I have to press and hold down the power key.
    Also, when using a progam like Skype video, the video goes insane frequently, with Skype windows freezing, video freezing, Skype window cutting in half, and eventually the computer crashing.
    It seems to be a video problem.
    What do I do?

    I would take some screen shots of the anomalies and take the MBP to an Apple store genius bar.  I you cannot reproduce the display problems, the screen shots will at least give them a start point for an analysis.

  • Both xp and windows 7 have video problems with my VGA connection using TV

    both xp and windows 7 have video problems with my VGA connection using TV as my monitor when it gets to starting up windows no matter what version it will not I have let my mac on all night and still says starting windows or the windows 7 logo and nothing else will happen also when I use a 3rd patty software like peraills or other it works like a charm how to fix it?

    To map the drive on your computer click on Start - RUN - type "\\" and click ok... When prompted for Username and Password type "admin" and click ok... Now you will be able to see the folder which you have shared on  your router, right click on it and select "Map network drive" and click on finish.
    Now it will map the drive on your computer and you should be able to transfer the file from your computer to the USB drive.

  • Diagnosing video problem

    Hi all,
    I've got a PowerMac G5 2.0 GHz from May, 2004. It has the original ATI Radeon 9800 Pro graphics card. I recently had to replace the logic board (with a working used one). That worked fine for months, but now I'm getting video problems. I'll get flashing vertical stripes of short horizontal bars. Sometimes it seems that if I jiggle the display connector at the computer, the screen settles down for a while, but it is not completely certain that this is cause and effect. I hooked up a TV to the DVI port (using Apple's DVI-Video adaptor) and got the same issues, so it's not the display or the cable. I'm hoping that it's a graphics card problem, and not the "new" logic board. Is there a troubleshooting procedure, short of buying and trying a new graphics card, that would let me narrow down the problem?
    Thanks for any help.

    What you describe sounds like a failing graphics card.  My particular troubleshooting process is to swap in another one to see if it works.  It's handy to have a few extra parts.  Short of that, you might try downloading ATIccelerator and using it to downclock the card.  Downclock both the GPU and memory by 5 to 10%.  If it helps, that would give a more clear indication.
    Also, if downclocking helps, it might still be possible to salvage the card.  As with virtually everything else, Japamac has a nice tutorial on the subject of card maintenance:
    First read his overview:
    http://www.jcsenterprises.com/Japamacs_Page/Blog/16196A0F-952B-47ED-A9F9-91F7B0E CA431.html
    Then read the teardown instructions for your specific card:
    http://www.jcsenterprises.com/Japamacs_Page/Blog/C874D84E-96DD-4DFF-9566-7C66BE0 65BB5.html
    Applying fresh thermal compound is not an optional step.  Maybe wait to see what others have to say about this suggestion before purchasing the compound.  The fact that it isn't doing it all of the time leads me to believe that it might not be too late, but I don't know how common it is to bring them back once they start showing problems. 
    Before anything, I might try reseating the card and not just wiggling it from the outside.  Take it out, blow out the dust with some compressed air, and verify that the fan moves freely.  Clean the contacts on the card with a pencil eraser.  Also verify that the fan is actually working when you put it back in.
    There might be something else obvious to try that totally eludes me at the moment.  Hopefully, you'll get some better feedback than this.  Good luck.

  • 24" iMac Video Problem on Window XP

    I brought 2 units of 24” iMac last month and using boot camp to install windows xp. Both iMac are completed the installation of window xp and one of the iMac run normally but video problem found on second iMac. After running in window xp about 5 – 10 mins, the screen images distort suddenly. If computer restart again, the display will become normal for 5-10 mins and distort again. But the second computer runs normally in Mac OS. Please kindly help….

    Are the driver installed, or installed properly?

  • Intermittent video problem on Adobe Connect Pro

    I have this intermittent video problem on the Adobe Connect pro server. The video connent sometime display blank even though it showed playing in the status bar and I can hear the audio part of it. Do someone have similar problem as mine?

    I've had to "cache" uploaded videos by playing them shortly before the audience will see them. For me, the cache holding time when using Adobe's servers is about 5 minutes.

  • Apple aware of video problem in the new Intel iMacs

    Macworld Daily News
    Thursday - February 09, 2006
    Apple investigates Intel iMac Front Row problems
    By Macworld staff
    Apple has confirmed it is aware of, and investigating, reports of video problems in the new Intel iMacs.
    Recent reports claimed that some users had experienced random horizontal lines and other video playback problems when playing video in Front Row.
    "Apple is aware of this issue and is looking into it," the company said in an email to a web-based pressure group that has been gathering information on the problem. "If a customer has any technical issues, they should contact AppleCare."
    The problem is allegedly software-based.

    "Sure, I'd be more understanding had it been an issue that required a very special set of conditions to trigger"
    Apparently it does as this issue is not affecting all users.
    "As I was told, affected owners would not be proactively notified"
    Where you you prefer them to use their limited resources, trying to figure out who MAY be affected and sending them some sort of detailed action plan, or spending the resources determining the cause of the issue and developing a solution that can be distributed to the ones who need it not only now, but those that may discover the issue next week?
    I can understand that you are frustrated, and don't blame you for feeling that way, but this is an all new piece of technology and bugs are going to come up that were missed in testing. No company can afford to test at a 100% level. To do so would drive the costs so high as to make it impossible to sell the product, especially to the market the iMac is aimed at. Apple has a pretty darned good track record of resolving issues quickly when they appear. Until they do you only have a few choices. Use the workaround until the solution appears, waste time complaining about it, or sell the iMac and purchase a different product. That's really about all you can do!
    It was good of you to spend your valuable time, and yes it is valuable, trying to help the engineers or service reps solve the issue. That they spent that much time with you should show their commitment to solving this issue.
    Be patient, give them a chance, they have not had long to try and figure this out.

  • IMac Still Has Video Problems after Upgrade

    I did the firmware and software upgrade to my iMac, which was supposed to fix the video problem, however the problem continues. I am using OS 10.4.11. My computer never "froze" however the screen went haywire. I would have to do a soft restart (if I could find the restart dropdown window) or I would have to do a hard restart. Now I can do a screen refresh to do a soft restart.
    Is Apple aware the these Intel iMacs are a POS? I use it for 3D design and I can't work more than 10 minutes before my screen starts going wacko. I've used Macs since 1985 and this is the first POS Mac i've owned. I don't want to have to get another computer, I can't afford it.
    Any others out there with the same problem? Any solutions?

    I like AppleCare, as you get three years of that unlimited phone support. I know many consider it just another extended warranty, but note it can be legitimately purchased at a discount.
    Amazon, retail computer stores, also a number of sellers abound online and on eBay, and a price mentioned by someone else on here two years ago that hasn't changed since then - check out L. A. Computer Company, online - you might be surprised!
    (I have no affiliation with them.)

Maybe you are looking for

  • Cannot reboot and I get this message The application "Firefox.app" is not open anymore.

    Firefox has not allowed my computer to shut down normally for months. I created a whole new user with a new Firefox profile, but when I quit Firefox or try to do a shutdown, Firefox closes it's windows but leaves the small dot under it's icon on the

  • Can't fix a java.security.AccessControlException exception

    Hi. I have a webapp running under j2ee with a ContextListener that performs some initialization tasks. One of these tasks consists in querying a database and putting the results in a xml file according to an existing xml file that acts as a map for i

  • HP Deskjet 600C with USB adapter & Windows 7 won't print

    Windows 7 recognizes the printer, and says it is OK. It installed the driver. Test Page failed. Printing a simple text document failed. Any suggestions?

  • Chat and email applications programmed in java

    Can someone tell me where I can find some applications about chat and email with codes and tutorial? I have to work about these topics with some students of mine. Thanks Eugenia Mariani

  • Failing after bootcamp

    So hey guys im new here and i have a problem that you might be aware of ... I tryd to bootcamp via BC assisstant and i divided then equally coz i wanted to install Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit. So i divided 250gb of HDD and i failed to burn my disc as a