Live streams are used to broadcast live video over the Internet. Whether the stream is from a website broadcasting a sports event or an instant messaging client transmitting from a webcam, there are several things you can do if the streaming is delayed or stalled. Numerous factors can affect this stream. Deleting your computer's cookies, using a different media player or turning off running programs can allow you to view these streams without delays.
Click on "tools" in your browser. This is usually located in the upper right corner of your browser. Click on Internet options. This will appear in the drop down box and is usually at the bottom. Under the "General" tab look for "Browsing History." Under this heading you can click "Delete" to have the computer delete all cookies for you automatically however to delete the cookies manually click on the "Settings" tab Click on the "View Files" tab under the "Temporary Internet Files and History Settings" box that pops up. When you do a second box will pop up with a list of cookie containing files. This may take a few seconds to load so be patient while waiting for the cookie files to load. Highlight any cookie file that you would like to delete. You can highlight more than one at a time by holding down the 'Ctrl" button on your keypad Delete the files that are highlighted by clicking on the "delete this item" located to the left in the same box. As soon as you do you will see the selected files disappear. When you are done just "X" off; this completes your task of manually deleting cookies. You might also do a disk clean up click start click on computer to open right click on your hard drive usually C: select properties in the general tab select disk clean up click ok you can view files to be deleted.
Open your Web browser and delete the cookies from the browser. For Firefox, you can do this from the "Tools" button at the top of the browser. For Internet Explorer, access the delete function from the "History" button. Cookies will slow down your browser. Use a different media player to access the live stream from your computer. Your media player may not have the right codecs or plug-ins to access the stream. You might need to reinstall the media player if there has been any damage to the software. Shut down all the programs you aren't using. If you run other programs while you are trying to stream a live video, you could be overloading your system's central processing unit. This can delay the stream. Disable the hardware acceleration. Click "Start," then click "Control Panel" from the menu. Click "Display," then choose "Settings" from the menu. Click the "Advanced" icon, then click "Troubleshoot" from the menu. Click the "Hardware Acceleration" icon. Slide the acceleration slider to the left to turn it off. Add more RAM to your computer. This allows the computer to run faster while using less processing. Refer to your computer's user manual on how to add more RAM to your system.
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first you will need to select the manufacturer from a drop down list then select your product line from a drop down list then select the model then click find it will take you directly to compatible ram also you will have an option to scan your system you should always ask for a guarantee on the compatibility before making any purchase and try to buy for working pairs if possible Hope this helps.