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Downloads never finish

When i go to download a cd or basically anything from the internet the download will only go a little bit and then it will stop and i will have to restart the download however many times my computer is in the mood for. also none of the videos i try to watch will buffer completely so i can only watch the vidoes until my computer decides to stop. its driving me crazy, pleas help. i have a toshiba sattilite A135-S7404 with windows vista home basic

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try using a software that can continue the download where it stopped.

try using another media player for your video requirements

http://www.videolan.org/vlc/

hope this helps

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