Language.txt Driver File Contents (Others_eMachines_5.50.2322_Vistax86_A.zip)

CLDMA Language Resource
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<NAME>=CompanyName
<HINT>=CyberLink

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<NAME>=ProductName
<HINT>=CLDMA

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<NAME>=You must restart your computer before the new settings will take effect. Do you want to restart your computer now?
<HINT>=You must restart your computer before the new settings will take effect.\n\nDo you want to restart your computer now?

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<NAME>=Enable DMA mode of %s.
<HINT>=Enable DMA mode of %s.

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<NAME>=*WARNING* Please read the following instructions: This program can enable DMA mode if it is supported by your IDE drives to speed up Video playback performance. If your IDE devices can not work properly after enable DMA mode, you can restore the old settings by executing this program again.
<HINT>=*WARNING* Please read the following instructions:\n\nThis program can enable DMA mode if it is supported by your IDE drives to speed up Video playback performance. If your IDE devices can not work properly after enable DMA mode, you can restore the old settings by executing this program again.

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<NAME>=Select IDE drives for which DMA mode will be enabled:
<HINT>=Select the IDE drive to be DMA enabled:

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<NAME>=Press "Ok" or "Cancel" to exit this program. If you would like to perform Display and drives test. Please press "Diagnostic" button.
<HINT>=Press "OK" or "Cancel" to exit this program.\n\nIf you would like to execute the display and drives' test, click on "Diagnostic". 

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<NAME>=%d. Fail to disable DMA mode of %s.
<HINT>=%d. Failed to disable DMA mode of %s.

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<NAME>=%d. DMA mode of %s is not enabled.
<HINT>=%d. DMA mode of %s is not enabled.

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<NAME>=%d. DMA mode of %s is enabled.
<HINT>=%d. DMA mode of %s is enabled.

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<NAME>=%d. Fail to enable DMA mode of %s.
<HINT>=%d. Failed to enable DMA mode of %s.

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<NAME>=Diagnostic
<HINT>=Diagnostic

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<NAME>=Restore
<HINT>=Restore

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<NAME>=List of IDE Drives:
<HINT>=List of IDE Drives:

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<NAME>=All of the selected devices have been successfully set into DMA mode. Press "Ok" to save new configuration or "Cancel" to restore original configuration.
<HINT>=All of the selected devices have been successfully set into DMA mode. Press "OK" to save new configuration or "Cancel" to restore original configuration.

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<NAME>=Fail to change DMA mode of the selected devices. Please press "Ok" to restore original configuration or "Cancel" to exit this program.
<HINT>=Failed to change the DMA mode of the selected device. Please click "OK" to restore the original configuration or "Cancel" to exit this program.

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<NAME>=There is at least one selected IDE drive that does not support DMA mode. Press "Ok" to save new configuration or "Cancel" to restore original configuration.
<HINT>=There is at least one selected IDE drive that does not support DMA mode. Press "OK" to save the new configuration or "Cancel" to restore the original configuration.

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<NAME>=%s does not support DMA mode.
<HINT>=%s does not support DMA mode.

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<NAME>=*WARNING* The backup data does not contain information for current devices. You should not restore original settings unless you really want to. Do you still want to restore original settings?
<HINT>=*WARNING* The backup data does not contain information for the current devices. We advise you not to restore original settings. Do you still want to restore original settings?

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<NAME>=No IDE drive is found. Please check your devices or driver settings and replace any real mode CD/DVD-ROM driver with the 32-bit driver supplied by Windows.
<HINT>=No IDE drive found. Please check your devices or driver settings and replace any real mode CD/DVD-ROM drivers with the 32-bit driver provided by Windows.

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<NAME>=This program can only be executed under Windows95 or Windows98.
<HINT>=This program can only be executed under a Windows 95 or Windows 98 environment.

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<NAME>=The current IDE driver is %s and DMA mode has been enabled by default. Please refer to the corresponding documents of that driver for further details about enabling DMA mode.
<HINT>=The current IDE driver is %s and DMA mode has been enabled by default. Please refer to the corresponding driver documents for further details about enabling DMA mode.

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<NAME>=Fail to get information of your IDE driver. Please check if the driver is installed correctly or contact your driver vendor to update new driver program.
<HINT>=Failed to obtain information of your IDE driver. Please check if the driver is installed correctly or contact your driver vendor for an update.

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<NAME>=Fail to get version information of your IDE device driver.
<HINT>=Failed to obtain IDE device driver version information.

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<NAME>=Fail to detect IDE drive. It mighty be caused by incompatible IDE driver which does not support your IDE devices.
<HINT>=Failed to detect IDE drive. It might be caused by an incompatible IDE driver which does not support your IDE devices.

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<NAME>=Fail to save backup data for restoring to original configuration later. You must enable DMA mode by yourself.
<HINT>=Failed to save backup data. You must enable DMA mode manually.

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<NAME>=DMA mode has been mode changed.
<HINT>=DMA mode has been changed.

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<NAME>=All modification has been canceled. 
<HINT>=All modifications have been canceled. 

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<NAME>=All your IDE drives have been set into DMA mode.
<HINT>=All your IDE drives have been set to DMA mode.

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<NAME>=Your IDE device driver does not support DMA mode. Please update your IDE device driver first.
<HINT>=Your IDE device driver does not support DMA mode. Please update your IDE device driver first.

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<NAME>=Intel 82371xB PCISet Device driver does not ready. Your system may not be best performance while playback DVD Video. You can press "Update" button to update Intel 82371x PCISet Device driver.
<HINT>=Intel 82371xB PCISet Device driver is not ready. Your system will not perform at its optimal level during DVD playback. Click on "Update" to get the latest Intel 82371x PCISet Device driver update.

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<NAME>=Update
<HINT>=Update

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<NAME>=Since Windows 95 would not recognize the Intel 82371AB/EB chipset, the advanced functions, for example, DMA (also called bus mastering) provided by them could not be enabled. Intel has provided this patch, "Intel 82371xB INF Update Installer for Windows 95", to solve this problem. For further information, please check "readme.txt" incorporated with this patch.
<HINT>=Since Windows 95 does not recognize the Intel 82371AB/EB chipset and advanced functions, such as DMA (or bus mastering), it is not enabled. Intel has provided a patch, "Intel 82371xB INF Update Installer for Windows 95", to solve this problem. For further information, please refer to the "readme.txt" file found with this patch.

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<NAME>=Explanation:
<HINT>=Explanation:

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<NAME>=File not found (%s)!
<HINT>=File not found (%s).

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<NAME>=Please insert PowerDVD CD-ROM Disc to drive: %s...
<HINT>=Please insert the PowerVCR CD-ROM disc to drive: %s...

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<NAME>=Some DVD-ROM drives do not follow the standard well and cause various problems when playing a copyright-protected(CSS)  DVD title. Please insert a copyright-protected DVD title for compatiability test....
<HINT>=Some DVD-ROM drives do not entirely conform to acceptable standards and may cause various problems when playing copyright-protected(CSS) DVD titles. Please insert a copyright-protected DVD title to undergo a compatibility test...

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<NAME>=Diagnostic complete. The diagnoses have been output to %s. If PowerDVD can't work properly under your system. You can mail this log file to us. E-mail: support@cyberlink.com.tw Do you want to view this file now?
<HINT>=Diagnostic complete. The diagnosis have been output to %s. If PowerDVD is not operating properly under your system, email this log file to us at: support@cyberlink.com.tw. Do you want to view this file now?

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<NAME>=Your motherboard is using an ALi, SiS or VIA series of chipset. We strongly recommend you to install the IDE or bus master driver that comes with your motherboard and enable the DMA mode for accessing your IDE Devices. Not enabling DMA mode or using an improper IDE driver might either degrade the performance of PowerDVD or even prevent PowerVCR from properly executing. For more information about the IDE driver, please visit the web site of your motherboard vendor.
<HINT>=Your motherboard is using an ALi, SiS or VIA series of chipset. We strongly recommend you to install the IDE or bus master driver that comes with your motherboard and enable the DMA mode for accessing your IDE Devices. Not enabling DMA mode or using an improper IDE driver might either degrade the performance of PowerDVD or even prevent PowerVCR II from properly executing. For more information about the IDE driver, please visit the web site of your motherboard vendor.

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<NAME>=DMAOk
<HINT>=OK

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<NAME>=DMACancel
<HINT>=Cancel

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<NAME>=DMA Setting
<HINT>=DMA Setting

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<NAME>=Reboot
<HINT>=Reboot

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<NAME>=You are using Windows XP, we recommend you not to change the default DMA mode.
<HINT>=You are using Windows XP, we recommend you not to change the default DMA mode.

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