Question about Dell Inspiron 6000 Notebook
Perhaps you might try a faster internet connection
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
Hi youve got a few ways: 1) press on the link of the movie right mouse key - "save target as" download it and then open it 2) when the mediaplayer starts push stop untill you see the faint strip fills all the line time and then the movie wont stop for buffring 3) choose a lower resolution before cliking the movie good luck
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This problem, i.e, the videos keep stopping and starting is usually due to a slow internet connection.
To resolve this issue, kindly let the video download completely before playing the video.
To do this, click the "Pause" button (shown by red arrow in the attached image) on the video bar and let the pink colored bar (shown by green arrow) fill up entirely.
When the pink bar fills up completely, click the "Play" button. (See below image)
Now the video playback will be smooth and without any breaks.
Hope this solves your problem. For more help and clarifications, please feel free to reply to this post.
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