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Are you using USB 3. It is 4 to 5 times faster. You can buy adapters to convert computer from USB 2 for about $25 or less. USB 3 sticks cost the same and are backward compatible.This may help your issue.
Posted on Oct 11, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you may have a virus in your system.. it's symbian.. there are symbian virusus.. if you are sure that you have no viruses at all, you can try to:
1. Upgrade your phone software via nokia software updater (you must have cable)-> go to www.nokia.com for more info
2. download a video viewer aplication, like maji...ori something like that...www.getjar.com
good luck mate ;)
Posted on May 12, 2009
While starting to play a YouTube video, press the PAUSE button.
Wait 2 minutes, and press the PLAY button.
If it plays "smoothly", then the only problem is the speed of your Internet connection. For example, if you have a teenage son,
and supply him with only one cheese-burger per day, he will complain that you are "starving" him. If you supply him more quickly, i.e., more burgers per day, he will stop complaining.
Similarly, a faster Internet connection will smooth-out your videos,
because the download is supplying data faster than your video-player is "consuming" the data.
Posted on May 21, 2009
SOURCE: Sansa Fuze skips songs
I think this is a software bug.. mine will play a song sometimes, and other times it just skips through all of them until it hits some 'starting point' and plays that one. Could be some obscure setting, but I can't find a way to coax it back to sanity if this is designed-in behavior.
Posted on Apr 22, 2010
You should look for an anti-skate control on the turntable and adjust that. It will be a question of trial and error with it as there is no fixed rules for these. The weight on the back of the arm should be set to the weight of your cartridge.
Posted on Dec 16, 2012
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