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If you are streaming videos from websites it can be your browser intentionally blocking the content because of badly configured / over sensitive security settings, or you might be missing the plugins for some web media streaming applications, normally Microsoft Silverlight (free, and available through Windows Update or Microsoft download center) and Adobe Flash player (free, available at adobe.com) would cover most of the plugins used today.
For playback issues of video files located on your system you will need an updated video playback device, Media Player Classic is currently the top shooter in terms of compability and storage efficiency found at:
Posted on May 27, 2010
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