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#1 Jove

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Posted 12 August 2010 - 12:41 PM

When saving a Windows Video I have noticed there is a note pertaining to Space on Drive (C:) concerning the needed allowance, etc.,
When Searching for a WMV that has been saved on my Desk Top, or one that I may have
in a file for example in My Docs, I get the search info. locating one on my desk top or My Docs, etc. but there is no reference to (C:) drive.

That puzzles me a little shouldn't there be some data stored on the drive, especially if it is a movie I have made, if not then, when or at the time of the movie making process the WMM, is doing all the data collection and storage, correct ?

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Posted 12 August 2010 - 09:34 PM

When saving a Windows Video I have noticed there is a note pertaining to Space on Drive (C:) concerning the needed allowance, etc.,
When Searching for a WMV that has been saved on my Desk Top, or one that I may have
in a file for example in My Docs, I get the search info. locating one on my desk top or My Docs, etc. but there is no reference to (C:) drive.

That puzzles me a little shouldn't there be some data stored on the drive, especially if it is a movie I have made, if not then, when or at the time of the movie making process the WMM, is doing all the data collection and storage, correct ?



More Importantly, . .
I had to start up my fax application, is not a Windows, in order to do that, I needed to re-install MS Messenger, the fax application needs some type of mail connection, . . the MSS was optional I could have used O.E., however did not, . . . anyway when I went to start up my WMM, it would not start because it could not find the audio hardware, I started the Windows Audio from Services as I was not using this since it was not needed as I installed a new sound card several months ago to repair my sound.

The sound icon in the notification window is now gone and I don't think I have sound at his point, I did notice that when I opened, (started), O.E. the messg. popped up that O.E. is no longer my Default Mail client, would you like to make it your default, I did not.

Does anyone know what is happening can I not have both sound and my WMM ?

It is apparent that the fax software is somehow circumventing some applications or devices, etc.

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