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Why can't I play video that is sent to me ? it start to play then it stop,then it play agin then stop

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Hi Farmermundy,
It sounds like your being linked to Streaming Video, and if that is the case? You can pause it (the pause button should be below the video and on the left side possibly in the middle) and you'll see the progress of the stream proceed and when it's complete or almost completed you can click on the Play arrow button and it should play through without it freezing on you.
I hope that helped you, and Good Luck.

Posted on Mar 06, 2008

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