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dannyyukon

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Hi. I have a fast cable modem that streams movies generally very well. However with youtube.com, which uses Macromedia, the video never downloads fast enough and clips. I don't think I could get any faster with this modem. Streaming works great with Windows Media Player but falls short on youtube. Is there a way to change any settings to make it stream faster? Also whenever I open up a new window now in internet explorer the page is alot smaller than it used to be when it opened up. How do I change that? Thanks for helping me!!
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james_8970

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hello dannyyukon adn welcome to geekstogo,
i went to that site and its not as fast for me as well, this can orricure when there is alot of traffix going through one site at a time. So i don't see any way of speeding it up, as for the new window, when you open it up resize it using the arrows and adventually it will become the default setting.
thanx
James
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dannyyukon

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Hi James. Yea I figured it was due to the traffic at the site. Thank you very much for your help!
-Dannyyukon
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james_8970

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no problem. If you have any other problems just shout!
James :tazz:

Edited by james_8970, 11 March 2006 - 08:39 PM.

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DukeFan1000

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Hello, you either have JavaScript turned off or an old version of Macromedia's Flash Player, click here to get the latest flash player.



I get this message whenever I go on yubetube.
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james_8970

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no don't think thats the case at all.
James :tazz:
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