Question about Computers & Internet
This problem usually occurs if the internet connection is slow or the clip is larger in size. Since you have no problem with the internet connection and it is a fast connection, then maybe it is a problem at YouTube's servers.
To resolve this, you can download and install a free video accelerator tool from: http://www.videoaccelerator.com/ .
Also, you can run a free internet connection speed test at: http://www.speedtest.net/
When you open this site you'll see a yellow icon showing your location on the world map. Clicking on that icon will start the test, and you will be provided with the details of upload and download speeds.
Hope this solves your problem. For more help and clarifications , please reply to this post. Thanks.
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
In some online video streaming you may need to buffer first the video before playing it completely, and you can also try to play it on different web browser like IE or Firefox so we can check if its happening only on a particular browser and if you also have another computer try to watch that video non a different computer so we can check if it will work fine..
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
The reason that Youtube or any on-line video stops and starts like that is to do with your internet speed and the fact that the video is buffering.
If you look at the bottom of the Youtube video window you will see red band, pause the video and wait for that red band to fill up, the video should play smoothly after that, as the red band fills this is called "buffering".
This problem usually arises due to slow internet connection speeds or the Youtube website being at it's busiest.
Check your internet speed @ >>>>>
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
This is generally a symptom of a download problem. Check your netowrk connections and verify that they are solid. The video is bufferred down to your local machine and displayed. The display is utilizing the downloaded data faster than you can load additional packets from the net. If you can not find the delay, pause the video for a little while. It will continue to load. That should allow the video to play to completion without delay. If not, then your graphics card may need an upgrade. If the card itself does not have sufficient on-board memory, the information needs to be refreshed from main computer memory which will slow things down.
Check those things first and update this with your results. There are other possibilities as well.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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