Hi. I know not everybody reads these things so I won't go into agonizing detail. Most of the basics about me are in my bio. As to my purpose here, it's simple. I manage to figure out and solve almost all my tech troubles myself. However, I have never claimed to know everything, to have never made mistakes, or to anything close to being perfect. My ego is not so small and fragile that I can't ask for help and I certainly don't find saying I was wrong emasculating in any sense. Other times, I figure why struggle analyzing a problem for days on end when an answer can be found in a fraction of that time by asking for help? I worked for over 30 years on the industrial side of electronics starting out doing component level troubleshooting and repair on straight TTL logic microprocessorless mini computers. Ah yes, the days of 15" X 18" 8K core memory boards and Teletype Corporation ASR33 teletypes with punch tape interface; 16 platter 500 MB hard drives that cost over $60,000.00, Lear Siegler ADM3 series dumb terminals, 8" floppies, dual well cassette drives. What a not so long ago strange trip it's been! I went on to specialize in PC/PLC based controls and software, all kinds of I/O and servo systems, motor drives, motors, and way more. I became very proficient in not only electronics and controls, but hydraulics and pneumatics. I'm also a pretty good wrench when it comes to internal combustion motors and things that go vroom! especially of the two-wheeled variety. Among my interests are I'm a serious music lover in both audio gear and music itself. I'm an amateur historian with a special interest in European/world history pre WWI through post WWII and as an offshoot from that am a keen WWI / WWWII military model builder specializing in armor, self propelled artillery, artillery, and other vehicles, all primarily Axis. I'm a way too old for it but love it too much to stop PC gamer as well. I'm a voracious reader and amateur writer among other things. Having always had a wide range of interests and being obsessive about things that grab my attention, I tend to know a little -sometimes even a lot- about a lot of different things. Some deluded souls have even referred to me as "interesting". I'll leave that assessment to others. So, the appearance of a video replay problem that only appears with one bit of software had me stumped and I came across this site while searching for an answer. Initially, I really like what I see so I think I will hang around and get a feel for things. Hopefully, I can help some folks as well.