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Could be having a problem with memory on your computer if you hear it beeping. If you have had your computer for a while you might need to have it opened and get the dust cleaned out of it. It could be overheating.
ive got a kav60 netbook and the video and audio freezes, makes a nasty buzzing sound. i also have a problem with my mouse, it goes crazy, or sometimes doesnt respond unless i apply pressure to one side of the netbook (slightly bending). tried disconnecting the touchpad, and applying an external usb mouse, but it sometimes freezes the cursor,or the cursor does its own thing. please help
Are you having trouble viewing online or streaming videos? If yes, then update your flash player version from http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/ . If you have trouble playing videos stored on your computer, update your video drivers and ensure you have proper codecs for playing the video files. You can install the K-lite codec pack, available for free download from http://files.freesoft.ru/mm-mm/K-Lite_Codec_Pack_583_Basic.exe .
Try Using Different Browser like Google Chrome Or Mozilla
It may also be a flash player issue while watching online or gaming online
have you tried Media player to test with
Have A Antivirus for a good Internet protection
While starting to play a YouTube video, press the PAUSE button.
Wait 2 minutes, and press the PLAY button.
If it plays "smoothly", then the only problem is the speed of your Internet connection. For example, if you have a teenage son,
and supply him with only one cheese-burger per day, he will complain that you are "starving" him. If you supply him more quickly, i.e., more burgers per day, he will stop complaining.
Similarly, a faster Internet connection will smooth-out your videos,
because the download is supplying data faster than your video-player is "consuming" the data.
This is normal. There is a minimum buffering time, and depending on your internet speed, it can be a few seconds or a few minutes before the video is loaded into memory to be watched without interruption. Just put it on pause when it starts loading.