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Old 2007-07-07, 02:52 PM
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Re: Video Drag after download

hmm... that md5 file looks perfectly normal.

can you try verifying with md5summer and see if that works?
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Old 2007-07-07, 04:47 PM
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Re: Video Drag after download

Yeah the md5 files match this show exactly.
so it was downloaded completely and matches the original.

With it matching the original, I would ask the seeder/seeds if they have problems with their discs. If they don't, it must be something local to your machine. This could be several things.

bad media/bad burner - try burning on dif. discs. Poor quality media can give symptoms like you describe. I burn at 4X FWIW. Try slowing it down. if it burns the same on dif. discs and dif speeds, you can rule the media out.

need to update firmware - update the firmware of your burner. it's worth a shot. go to the website of the burner and they will have the updated firmware for you to dl and install.

Do you have the same results burning other shows now?
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Old 2007-07-08, 05:43 PM
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Re: Video Drag after download

It seems after i burned it to a DVD-R it runs fine. I was burning w/a + R before. Didn't think it would matter but there it is. Thanks to all who helped out, you guys are great.
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