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Old Yesterday, 08:41 AM   #231
nigel pearson is offline nigel pearson  United Kingdom
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I run Linux, XP and 10, My least favourite is 10, 7 was OK. The XP has just been given a new hard-drive and had it's files cloned. It was a minute to midnight as that one was grinning through it's bearings. I do keep back up files, all the same. Linux is this laptop. For some reason only Linux will run now, A silicon fault. 10 runs as many old things as I can via emulators.XP is not secure as it's greater downside. I always use my laptop with a mouse.
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Old Yesterday, 06:36 PM   #232
stratus46 is offline stratus46  United States
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I wouldn't read that far deeply into a post made by radiosmuck. He's just taking a stab at someone interested in farting around with old tape gear.


But yeah he is completely wrong and hasn't got a clue just how wrong he is.


If for example you archive a high bandwidth analog video format such as Laserdisc onto DVD and MPEG2 you are then throwing away a huge chunk of data that will come back to bite you in the **** again later on if you ever decide to play back that DVD on a suitable monitor that can show you what is missing from the DVD which was present in the original. MPEG2 is restricted by
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The depth and breadth of your misunderstanding is breathtaking.

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