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Help!!!! Windows Media Player and ISS problem

Hello, I would like to stream audio using Windows Media 10 and ISS but ISS states that the software is incompatible and that socket can't be found. When I stream using other audio programs, everything works. What can be done to eliminate this error? Thanks in advance for answering my email.

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Re: Help!!!! Windows Media Player and ISS problem

Do you have an exact error message by any chance?

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The network adapter 6to 4 #2 is missing in the device mrg.

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How to enable WPA security. i tried to enter the http://www. but the page is not showing theres no admin pls

Try - you don't enter www. in front of an IP. Check that this is actually your routers IP address by doing Start > Run. Type "cmd" without the quotes and press Ok. In the black window that pops up, type "ipconfig" without the quotes. You'll see something like this:

Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
(C) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp.

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Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :
IP Address. . . . . . . . . . . . :
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I have had problems with streaming video during

Doing my best to give you a correct solution and understanding
Issue : delays in streaming video
Environment :
ISP : Bellsouth
Router : wireless WRT150N
Solution :
"Downside to streaming"
Traffic jams.
Internet isn't a direct pipeline from the source to you. Streamed content passes through many other computers on its way to your computer via your ISP. If any one of them is carrying too much other traffic, the streamed content may be interrupted and pause. Streamed content is "buffered" to help avoid this, but sometimes it's unavoidable.
(test the downstream and upstream speed and alose test the download )
(Checked deleting the temporary files and folders)
(Checked firewall and Anti virus)
A slow computer :
if you have too many applications open, it could slow down your media streaming. If you notice things are sluggish, close all unnecessary applications and windows running on your computer. Just keep your Web browser and your media player open.
Noisy phone lines.
phone line that isn't free of noise (humming, crackling), that's not good for streaming (or Web browsing). Disconnect any phones that cause a buzz or hum.

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Is it possible for a wired connection? In my experience, wired connection is the only thing you can truly count on.

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Hey Ekse

try this web page

Symptom 2

When you try to watch a streaming video from a streaming service in Windows Media Player or in Internet Explorer 7, the streaming video does not play to the end of the video.

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This is a common problem. What i typically do on notebooks that use Intel Wireless, is install the latest drivers and Intel software from their website. 9 times out of 10 this will make it pick up a network that was not previously found, or fix problems with timeouts and so on.

Please click here then choose your version of windows, click 'Go!' and then click "Download" beside the section called "Intel® PROSet/Wireless Network Connection Software for Windows* XP/2000 32-Bit"

When you download and run this file, and install the software, you can then use the Intel utility to connect to the wireless network.

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Please try the following to resolved that issue:
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Regarding audio sound, S-Video cable is capable to carry video signal and in order to have audio signal please connect an audio input cable (it can be an RCA cable or depending on your television) to the television from the audio output of your computer. In some reason you need to have an adapter for the audio cables because majority of computer audio output jack is like a headphone input jack.

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Call microsoft for a solution, they will most likely know in a few minutes. Even though you get punjab from india.

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