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Video choppy after saving project

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August 5, 2013 6:29:28 PM

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?

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August 6, 2013 9:56:58 PM

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.
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August 7, 2013 5:17:25 PM

MidnightDistort said:
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 Windows cleanup has been replaced by FixIt (or so Microsoft told me) and I did run that.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?

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a b $ Windows 7
August 8, 2013 6:36:14 PM

Well first you need a virus scanner, follow the guide here: http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/8263-63-simple-free-g...

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.
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