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Clean up your computer through a registry repairing tool to fix Windows errors.
* Update your sound drivers.
* Update your flash player if need be. The flash player corruption is a great nuisance and it shall be fixed before it damages all the browsers present in your system. Repairing your Windows registry errors through a powerful registry cleaning tool which will fix the active-x and file association errors will surely help you to prevent the browser and flash crashes and consequently your YouTube videos will run faster.
* Improve your internet connection if you have currently been using a slow internet connection.
* Use the fast forward option on the YouTube player to run videos quickly.
*Wait a little to let the videos load before you play them in one go.
* Clear up the cache and internet history.
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Hello Joseph hi, If you are thinking of speeding up your download, either you get a fast DSL or run video accelerator, try this site: http://www.videoaccelerator.com/

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You can just let the video load before you watch it (go watch tv or work on something else while you wait)

Posted on Aug 08, 2010

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