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SINCE I’M NEW TO THIS SITE, PERHAPS THERE IS AN EASIER WAY TO DO THIS. I AM EXPERIENCING SOUND [AUDIO] PROBLEMS WHEN I’M ON THE INTERNET. SOMETIMES THE AUDIO IS OUT OF SYNC WITH THE VIDEO; USUALLY THE AUDIO IS A LITTLE BEHIND THE VIDEO. SOMETIMES THE AUDIO BREAKS UP AND ‘PULSES’ LIKE LIKE CANNON FIRE!
I HAVE NO CLUE HOW TO FIX THIS. MAYBE YOU’VE ALREADY ADDRESSED THIS ISSUE IN A PREVIOUS EDITION. IF SO, HOW CAN I ACCESS THAT? I’M RUNNING MICROSOFT XP PROFESSIONAL. THE HARDWARE IS BY SONY.
YOUR ARTICLE ON SHOCKWAVE FLASH WAS A GREAT HELP, SO I BEGAN TO HOPE THAT YOUR SITE COULD ALSO HELP ME WITH THIS PROBLEM. RQ
@Richard – The perfect place to get help with your problem would be to visit our friendly forums that I have linked below. ^_^
The perforated metal screen inside the glass of your microwave oven door is specially designed so that light (which has a short wavelength) can pass through the tiny holes but microwave radiation (which has a longer wavelength) cannot.
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