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We have a sound problem…Now, everything works fine except audio and video, which play sound and video but are silent. Running Windows 7, HP Pavillion dv4. Please help. This is the first time this has happened. I’ve tried shutting down and restarting – no change. Help me!


It’s possible that you have changed the volume of your music- or video file, and that now the volume for those media is set to mute (0 dB).
Try a full volume reset:
Launch Media Player, click View (gear icon), then click Options (gear icon) to display the following settings:

Check the Audio and Video settings to make sure both are turned to maximum volume:

Close Media Player, then reboot (as suggested in the comments).


Predictability, Stability and Competition: The Australian Capital Territory



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In this thesis I analyse the development of property rights and institutions in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) in the twentieth century. Exploring the role of predictability, stability and competition in these developments, I argue that for the ACT the expansion of the common law over time has not been a matter of natural law, but has instead been a dynamic socio-economic process. The notion that society evolves in this way suggests a new way to understand contemporary patterns of law and social change in Australia. My approach to understanding these issues draws on the work of Karl Smith. Smith argues that there is a key distinction between a pure legal system and a property rights system, and that this distinction is reflected in differences in predictability, stability and competition between the two. So, for example, a pure legal system operates on the presumption that the rights of everyone in society are equal and that the law evolves organically as a result of changes in society. A property rights system, on the other hand, is based on the use of power by a powerful minority to ensure the predictability, stability and social significance of property rights.
In this thesis, I focus on the ACT because its property rights system is unique. Unlike other Australian states and territories, the ACT has not adopted a property rights system as a result of legislation, but has instead developed a unique property rights system as a result of social and political decisions. The Territory has avoided a pure legal system by allowing for the development of new property rights as a consequence of court decisions and by