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Lg smart tv says not enough memory to open this page

While streaming in the middle of the movie, the streaming is stopped and the page says that There is not enough memory to open this page.

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SOURCE: Recently my internet on my lg smart tv has slowed down drastically. keep being told not enough memory. i keep the history and cookies deleated.

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Our movie keeps stopping for a couple minutes and starts back up. And keeps doing it so we can't watch our show.

That's pretty annoying. It would be helpful to know the specifics of the computer you are trying to watch the movie on; operating system, RAM...etc and how you are watching the movie; streaming, DVD, external drive...etc. The most common reason for buffering is lack of enough random access memory or RAM.

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How do I stop the buffering so the movies continue to play

You can't except by reducing the quality of the video. Your internet connection is so bad, the 'pot of buffering' is not being filled fast enough as playing it, is emptying it. Think of a bath being filled with the drain open.

Buffering is there to help you, your connection to the internet isn't.

Preloading data into a reserved area of memory (the buffer). In streaming audio or video from the Internet, buffering refers to downloading a certain amount of data before starting to play the music or movie.

buffering Definition from PC Magazine Encyclopedia

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We have streamed movies on ps4 for years.we did update and eversince past few days everything we play says error loading player or triangle with exclamation in middle,

depending how you are streaming movies. is it netflix or other streaming apps or is it from a website. most likely sites will be blocked so that you are almost forced to pay for playstation vue

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Trying to open a movie I was watching earlier. Why do I keep getting error messages?

If you were streaming the movie and the connection was lost, or the file information is partially corrupted; too many apps open and not enough available memory. If you haven't already double tapped the home button and cleared all the apps except for the movie app try that. If it's in iTunes try syncing the file again.

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Any other suggestions?

It is probably related to the streaming site or service. Try another movie or streaming site/service

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After see home page, I cannot download movie on netflix. when I clic on the movie, a black page open with a blue star in a middle. that is all appear.Thanks to help me. Sylvain

Most connection problems that prevent streaming occur on the device itself, or on the home network. In a nutshell, we will have you test the Internet connection on the device, log out and back into Netflix, restart your device, and restart your home network equipmen

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Why Everytime I play video clips on YouTube I keep having buffering problems like play then stop then play then stop then play then stop continuously.

There may be a few reasons why that happens. If we can assume that your PC has got lots of memory (RAM, like 2 GB or more) and it is set up to use RAM efficiently (i.e. not with a small allocation of virtual memory), and your processor is quite current (i.e. recent CPU that is fast), then the other possible reasons for you to get "buffering" problems are:
1. your (communication) network is not fast enough to keep up with the speed that the video is streaming to your computer 2. your (communication) network is too busy (server other IP users, like in a busy token ring network), to stream the video continuously to your computer 3. the server pushing out the video stream is (too) busy, and hence, there are gaps between sending the video (segments) to your IP address - i.e. your computer 4. your PC is busy doing a few other things, and hence, doesn't have the processing bandwidth to handle the video data volume continuously; the "other things" may or may not necessarily be other applications/processes that you are running, e.g. games, etc. at the same time. For instance, it could be checking to see if your old web pages (in cache) needs refreshing, and / or it is working hard to refresh all your old web pages
If you've cleaned up your PC disk (i.e. removed unnecessary files), optimize your memory allocation/usage, and set your browser option to not automatically update web pages in cache, etc. it may be a network bottleneck. If it happens all the time (when you're watching YouTube) it's likely you'll want to clean up your PC first, then check out the other possibilities)

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I have my wii hooked up to netflix and several times during any movie i watch it stops and retrieves. When it is through retrieving it starts back up playing

This is a common problem, what is happening is that it cannot get the data fast enough over your connection. You need to, if you can, open up your "Buffer Size" or simply download the movie first and NOT stream it, most times most peoples connections will give trouble streaming Movies. They say you can watch it, Online, as it were, well in my experience that's only true for about 50 - 60% of the time, many many reasons can contribute to problems transmitting and receiving the data. Another way is to stream the data in, but do not watch anything until, your PC has saved about say 20% then you should have enough of a Buffer so that you will be able to receive the data and still be able to watch it at the same time. Also ensure you have lots of HDD space and lots of RAM too, these all help. Also clean out your TEMP and TMP dir's regularly too.

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