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I have a Gateway XP. WhenI try to get streaming Video and Audio it stops. I have a dial up conection. Please help. What am I doing wrong?

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Dial-up connections cannot handle the bandwidth of streaming (live) video.

If you were trying to watch videos, say on YouTube, you could just hit 'pause' until the video is fully loaded, and then hit play.

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HI.I was watchinglive streaming but there is a eror sudenly.this eror:rtsp://78.129.143.64/broadcast/pull/81.31.32.47:2030/broadcast/pull/81.19.7.50:3051/stv3.rmvb Can you help me...


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When you listen to the live audio/video stream, the sound or video skips, cuts out or buffers if the player doesn't have enough network bandwidth, it will buffer. Try increasing your player's buffering setting.Also:
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  • Make sure NOT to download applications or files while watching/listening to media streams. Your Internet connection is shared between all open applications including your web-browser, your download manager and your streaming player. Closing applications that use your Internet connection simultaneously with your streaming player may reduce buffering.
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  • Update your media players and streaming audio/video recorders regularly.
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