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Videos are slow...

The computer is an eMG520 laptop 2GB ram. The buffer is so slow I am thinking it is the year 2004. It's as if a video can speak for 10 words and then have to breathe deeply before spitting out the next 10 words. Further specifications are Genuine Intel (R) 575@200GH 2.00GHz 32 bit. It is of the Aspire family. The only good thing about it is the 17 inch screen.

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Local or streaming?

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Is this an online (streaming) video or one stored locally on your computer. If it is the former, your internet connection and the website, not your computer, control the performance.

John

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John is probably right

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If John's guess (I think the same) is true, you may want to bump up your internet speed, which you can do through your internet provider. If it is a video saved on your computer, try other videos and media players. Let us know what happens.

Jeff
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