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One angle to look at is that not all videos uploaded in YouTube are in HD. In your case, everytime you play any video, it automatically transform to HD.You can check your display settings on your PC if the pixels are at maximum. For HD, it should be 1920 X 1080 or anything at least 1080 ; say 1620 x 1080. Display settings are located on the control panel > display. If your computer supports HD mode, meaning it has an HDMI cable (you may refer to manual) then your PC is HD ready. In those apsects, you would know if your system is capable to watch HD videos. Another alternative is to download the latest flash player version given your internet browser has its latest version. If all else fails, then your pc is not HD capable, that is how to recognize its symptom. Your system is at SD mode.
Posted on Jul 15, 2010
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