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Problems with desktop background and my internet video player keeps buffering.

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  • Anonymous Apr 29, 2009

    give me a break. no its not my connecton or band with. its this bleeden buffer.

  • SUHEL KHAN
    SUHEL KHAN May 11, 2010

    please explain i detail...your actual problem is nor understood.

    are u always connected on internet?

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IT MAY BE DUE SLOW INTERNET CONNECTION OR BANDWIDTH

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