12-31-2015, 03:10 PM
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Just wanted to wish all users and staff a Happy and Prosperous New Years 2016...and thank all for the great help in the past!...I have been spending the past few months securing a new job (big Pizza delivery night tonite!) and on the phone a lot with Carbonite online backup tech support, finally got their Mirror Image System Recovery software working as it should after about 5 remote sessions, but their support is free, and all techs spoke clear English!...The whole reason is, I am now completely dependent on this recovery system, because my local computer guy that built this Video PC had to close his doors, something to do with his 2010 California State Business Taxes!...I should start getting back into video capture/processing/editing again soon?

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Thanks, and Happy New Year to all as well. May our year be filled with high-quality, error-free video!
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I'm hoping to ring in the new year with a working camera and working computers. Some of my primary tools were compromised in 2015, and have been in the process of getting repaired for the past 2 months now. That's how I've been spending much of my time for weeks now.

I always get error-free video.

Did somebody say pizza? Hmmm... I am hungry right now.

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Happy new years to everyone! I'm looking to do lots of video capture this year, now that I got alot of good hardware and getting two more XP machines together. One thing that will be of help, to change the batteries (for CMOS) on the motherboards to keep accurate time when the computer is off.
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