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This is because you have already seen all of the video that is in the computer's memory up to the place it stops. It is waiting for more video to arrive at your computer. It stores a limited time of the movie in advance before it will play it - this stored in the buffer, and 'buffering' is the process of filling that buffer with video. This may occur because your internet connection is slow (do a speed test), because of where you live or there are many people nearby using the internet, or that the transmitting server is slow (e.g., too many people using it, watching videos), or even because your computer is very low on memory.
I would welcome any corrections to what I've written.
Posted on May 06, 2014
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