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Troubleshooting Guide for Screensavers on Floppy Disk
With the release of Windows XP, Microsoft changed the way that Screen Savers are added to the Screen Saver selector (Display Properties, Screen Saver, Screen saver, dropdown list). This results in all of our screensaver programs produced before November 2001 not appearing on the screen saver list, however they will still work as slide shows.
We apologise for this unforseen change to Windows, "Murray Views" www.murrayviews.com.au were the distributors of all of these products and advised resellers in November 2001.
We now have available the Australian Photo CD. This Unique CD provides 125 Postcard Quality Images of AUSTRALIA and they are completely 'ROYALTY FREE' to use in any way you wish. Large size - 1024 X 768, Crystal Clear - use them in Projects, Power Point Presentations, Wallpaper or even Commercial Products. View them from the inbuilt Slide Show or install them as your 'AUSTRALIAN' Screen Saver.
Problems playing PCVIDEOCD's are extremely rare, however, sometimes one or more of the files on your PC which are needed to play video and audio files have for some reason become corrupted.
Instead of embarking on a tedious problem solving exercise, simply install fresh and/or updated versions of these program files. Multimedia video and any audio playback problems are quickly and easily resolved in this way.
We suggest the following system updates -
Install Audio & Video Codec Pack
Windows Media Player 11
Update Microsoft DirectX
Troubleshooting Guide for PCVIDEOCD's
PCVIDEOCD's Suit all Windows versions including 98SE, NT, ME, 2000, XP, Vista and 7.
The minimum system requirements for optimal video playback are:-
Pentium II processor 450MHz or faster, Windows 98 Second Edition, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Vista and 7. (with latest DirectX Windows Updates installed) Windows 98 first edition may produce jerky video.
Using PCVIDEOCD programs on Apple Mac computers
The PCVIDEOCD format was developed as a Windows only program, however, with the proliferation of emulation programs (which enable windows programs to run on Mac's) this need no longer a problem.
Click here to watch a video with everything you need to know about running Windows PCVIDEOCD's on your Apple Mac.
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