I have a problem when i run flash videos from internet on this particular motherboard it does not run frequently as i have a good internet speed but it is not the problem in buffering, i used to install mother board driver from my mercury cd but still videos are not running frequently
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Hi - You didn't say if you were running Windows or not. If you are I have to assume it would be Windows XP or even earlier with your PC being a PIII. I would reinstall VLC and if you've done that I would then try various other players like Classic Media Player. I would also have a decent Codec pack like K-Lite installed.
Not knowing how fast your P3 CPU is, with an older 2X AGP video card you have to consider the real possibility that your system simply doesn't have the power to run any high bit rate video files such as HD or H.264 or maybe even high bit rate flash video. You might need a motherboard/CPU/Video Card upgrade to run the video you want to see. That or run smaller, slower video files.
More details are needed:
* Windows XP Home Edition ? XP Professional? Vista ? 7 ?
* Internet Explorer 6? 7? 8?
* Which version of Adobe Flash Player ?
Check via: http://www.adobe.com/software/flash/about/
* does changing to a different video-card change the problem ?
Uninstall the device from device manager. Get the latest driver for the product from the particular website. Connect the hardware now. Install the drivers for that particular harware. It will work perfectly then. Follow the above for both the products errors.
Could be heat related. Have you cleaned any dust out of the fans and heatsink? Try blowing canned air (gently) troughout the inside of the case, especially around the CPU and video card. You can also try re-seating the video card and the RAM modules. Good luck with this!
hi im josh in cebu phils.may i help you? friend if nothing appears on screen then the main problem is your hardware particularly the video card. first thing to do is you need to check the video card if it is seated properly on the slot. 2nd the connection between the cpu and the monitor check wether the chord is mounted properly. if it still appears remove the extra devices such cd rom sound cards etc.just run with video and hdd only. if it stills occur.you need to replace the mainboard to solve the problem. thats all hope i helped you try to do those good luck
yeah some hardware designers do that. Unfortunately, if you want that computer to work correctly you will have to buy the necessary drivers. You can try other dodgier routes like finding someone who has the same computer, but this is a) hard, and b) generally not a good idea, particularly if you get them off the internet.