Question about Dell Latitude D620 Notebook
For some reason (as of late), when I'm playing any streaming audio and/or video files, it will play just fine for the 1st 45 seconds - 2 minutes, then "freeze up" (e.g., begin 'buffering', start playing for a few more seconds...then freeze up again). In the case of my Windows Media Player , the freeze-up often cause the player to produce a "Not Responding" / "End Program" message.
This is happening on my Dell Latitude D620, Windows XP Professional SP2 (2002).
Genuine Intel(R) CPU
T2300 @ 1.66GHz
981 MHz, 1.00 GB of Ram
This seems to be happening whether I'm working off of my home network (Belkin Wireless Router / Yahoo High-Speed DSL), or my T-1 line at work. No other programs are working slowly (internet speed, non-audio/video applications, etc.), its only when playing audio or video through WMP, Real, YouTube, Yahoo media player, you name it.
Very frustrating...any ideas as to what I need to do to remedy this??
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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