• Q-1: Does has "POP UP" windows?
  • Yes, we only have "POP UP" windows for screen shots and media clip trailer. Sometimes, we will have "POP UP" window for special announcement. However, unlike other websites, we never have "POP UP" windows for advertisements or blind links.

  • Q-2: How can I be able to see the "screen shots" & "Media Clip Trailer"?
  • If you can not see our screen shot and trailer, then you have to become a registered member and must be over the age of 21 to view adult materials.

    In order to view our new embedded sample movies, you'll need to update your browser with the Adobe Flash Player. Google Chrome browser already includes Adobe Flash Player built-in. It's totally free and works on other than Ienternet Explorer such as Firefox, Safari and more.

    Our downloadable "Media Clip" trailers are in WMV format. We recommend that you use "Windows Media Player" Version 9 or above. Click on icon below to download the latest "Windows Media Player".

  • Q-3: My Internet Explorer does not allow POP-up windows, what should I do?
  • When you install Windows XP "SP2", Pop-up Blocker is turned on in Internet Explorer and set to the medium setting, which means it will block most automatic pop-ups. The default settings for the pop-up blocker allow you to see pop-ups that are opened when you click a link or button on a Web site. Pop-up Blocker will also play a sound and show the Information Bar when a pop-up is blocked. You can adjust these settings so that Pop-up Blocker works the way you want it to. To change Pop-up Blocker settings.

    1) Open Internet Explorer.
    2) On the Tools menu, point to Pop-up Blocker, and then click Pop-up Blocker Settings.

    Internet Explorer Tools menu If you want to see pop-up windows from a specific Web site, type the address (or URL) of the site in the Address of Web site to allow box, and then click Add

    Pop-up Blocker Settings window Tip To temporarily allow a site to display pop-ups, click the Information Bar when it notifies you that a pop-up has been blocked. Then click Temporarily Allow Pop-ups.

    To block pop-ups even if they are launched when you click a link or button on a Web site

    - Open Internet Explorer.
    - On the Tools menu, point to Pop-up Blocker, and then click Pop-up Blocker Settings.
    - Select the High setting in the box near the bottom of the dialog box.

    Note:If you want to see pop-ups that are blocked when you have this setting turned on, hold down the CTRL key while the window opens.

  • Q-4: I have problem playing DVD movie on my DVD player
  • First, you need to make sure the DVD you want to watch is correct "Region Coding" for your DVD player. Also, some old version of DVD players can not play "DVD9 Dual Layer" format. If that is the case, it's time for you to buy DVD player. If you are trying to play DVD on your DVD-ROM drive, we highly recommend you use following free software playback.



  • Q-5: I have problem playing VCD on my DVD player or DVD-ROM drive
  • You need to make sure if your DVD player can read VCD format. Some DVD player can only read DVD format. Most of the DVD ROM is backward compatible, which can read MPEG-II and MPEG-I format. Also, VCD can be viewed using Windows Media player in your PC. (Pre-installed in any Windows 95/98/ME/2000/XP Machine)

  • You can browse our "Help Center" from the upper left menu or simply E-MAIL us with your question or concern at: [email protected]