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Unable to view videos ,news clips and feeds of any kind.HELP

by DAFONDA / July 17, 2007 1:46 PM PDT

When I log on to a website of any kind and try to view a video I can't.It reads bufferring and stops bufferring.I can hear sound and it stops I can see the video and it stops.It will start up again and stop.It takes 5 minutes to view a 30 second clip.
Someone told me to defrag my system.Did that,didn't work.
I had my laptop serviced a few months ago for a non-related issue.The motherboard was wiped clean of course.Think that has anything to do with it?
I don't care how it happened I just want it fixed.This is very frustrating.HELP ...PLEASE!

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Tell us
by tallin / July 17, 2007 2:31 PM PDT

Give us details about your System, RAM, OS, ANTIVIRUS, ANTISPYWARE, your mainenance program etc

"Laptop serviced"? what do you mean by that and who did it?

Suggest you also ask whoever 'serviced' your laptop?

Get back to us with information so we can assist?

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Also,
by MarkFlax Forum moderator / July 17, 2007 9:13 PM PDT
In reply to: Tell us

tell us about your internet connection speed, eg broadband or dial-up?

Mark

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Just a W.A.G: Have You Set Buffering to....
by tobeach / July 17, 2007 3:59 PM PDT

buffer entire clip before showing? Is their sufficient space set aside for buffer to hold full clip? Good Luck! Happy

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