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My windows xp when on yahoo watching my videos it is buffering and I can't see my videos can please help.

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If its buffering the video is not playing yet. It is trying to store enough information so the video plays smooth. If the video stops buffering and it still does not show, try to update flash first then make sure you have the correct codecs installed.

Flash can be updated by going to www.adobe.com/support/flash/downloads.html

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