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#1 gordz24


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Posted 05 December 2007 - 01:53 PM

So I have a home network i set up. One is a dektop, one is a lap top. I have a bunch of video files on my laptop that i wanted to edit using the desktop pc. I put the files on the network and copy them over to the desktop. In the process, something happens. It seems like the video got bogged down and the voice is several seconds ahead of people's mouths moving. So i plugged the laptop into the ethernet port thinking it would be faster, maybe that's the probems, while it transfers the file much faster, the out of sync is still there. Is there a way to reset up the network. maybe something got screwed up.

Thanks, ron

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