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Help: Problems with Toshiba Camera Assistant Software

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#1 somaholiday


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Posted 15 May 2012 - 06:49 PM

Hi, my CAS video seems to be recording out of sync with the audio. Upon recording, the video is playing back faster than the sound; and when it is recording, it seems to keep freezing on shots. I thought it might perhaps be that there was not enough free space, so deleted masses of files, but this has not made any difference.

Can anyone tell me why this is happening and offer any advice on how to fix it?

Many thanks


edit: someone on yahoo answers told me briefly that I may need a driver booster (which I had no idea what one of those was at the time), but I have no idea where I can get one of those. I did a little search and found one, which did a scan, and told me that there were a few outdated drivers, but said that the camera, audio and computer was not outdated (I think?...I have gotten rid of it now). I then followed instruction to upgrade but it took me to a payment page, and seeing as I am very short of money, and I was given some doubt by the scan as to whether or not it was a driver option, I declined and uninstalled the driver boost programme.

So there are some new questions:

1. Is there anywhere where I can get a free driver upgrade?
2. What might the problem be if it is not the driver?

Some extra information is that despite being old, my laptop had only been used 3 times up until last sept so it is pretty new.

I would be greatful for any help someone can give me.

Thanks, again :thumbup2:

Edited by somaholiday, 16 May 2012 - 07:34 AM.

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