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If it's in your internet browser like youtube then update flash player. Go to adobe.com and look for adobe flash player update.
If any video freezes, then you might have an outdated video driver or some other drivers in your computer. Updating the drivers can do the trick. To cover all drivers, install RadarSync. It will scan and update all outdated drivers.
You will need to pay a visit to the HP website to download the drivers for your video card.
They can be located HERE
While you are there, udate any other drivers like audio etc. As is stands you will be running very outdated Microsft WDM drivers. Nowhere near as good as the genuine thing.
i have the same model with 512 ram and no difference with the video. Its the 133 front bus is just too slow for todays video speed. Adobe flash keeps upgrading for the faster computers and outdates the older machines. What i did with my I-Buddie was to take XP off, it weighs it down with all the processing going on in the background. I put Ubuntu on it and WoW! speed is way up again. Video is watchable much improved over XP.
The video subsystem in Toshiba notebook computers is an integral part of the overall design of the computer. As is the case with most notebook computers designs, it's not possible to upgrade the video subsystem or to add memory to it.