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Flash video problem

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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  • benher20001 Jan 21, 2009

    require the motherboard drivers of PVCLE266M-L v3.0

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Download adobe flash player 10 and you will be able torun flash players

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