Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
I just downloaded adobe. I checked my memory and no problem. i also have real player , e music. thanks for any help.
I make a new instalation of windows XP . But now I can't listen any sound.
My laptop is NEC VesaPro VA86j.
What should I do now?
Please help me
Posted on Jun 14, 2008
Yes, that is absolutely the problem. Flash videos, like the kind from YouTube, are reading information in what is supposed to be real time - dial-up is just way too slow to play those kinds of videos. The phone companies - Verizon, AT&T, etc - will not advertise this, but you can get DSL-only without having to install a landline telephone line for $19.99 to $29.99 per month depending on your carrier. Verizon calls it "Dry Loop DSL" - other carriers might call it something different - and you can only order it if you ask for it specifically - they will otherwise pretend not to know what you're talking about. Go to the comapnies' website and grab any coupon they might have directly off the internet, or they will not give you the best price (they have internet-only specials).
If you already have cable service, however, go with their internet service - it is worth every penny.
Posted on Jun 13, 2008
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