I have been making movies with Windows Live Movie Maker for a couple years. I save the project a recommended and then burn to CD using Windows DVD Maker. This week I did another. The move plays fine in Movie Maker but once I save it and play back, the videos included in the saved project are choppy/flicker. Microsoft says I need an update to my video driver. Does this make sense? If so, Toshiba Support is telling me there are no updates. Any suggestions?
First i'd check for viruses and do a system cleanup either using the Windows cleanup or CCleaner which is really good & defrag your hard drive if you haven't already done this.
Thank you. Windows cleanup has been replaced by FixIt (or so Microsoft told me) and I did run that. No change there. I run CCleaner regularly and have done it a lot over the last week. No change there. If I defrag will it cause any issues with any files, etc? And I don' know how to check for viruses. Is there an easy way to do this?
If you already have a virus scanner don't install Avast or anything else over it but malwarebytes you can do this safely. 2 virus scanners running at once will conflict with one another and cause system instability.