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I listened to Radio station from Louisianna last night for three hours using Media Player 9. No problem. This morning at 7:20 local time audio started to cut out at intervals for two - 5 seconds but did return.

Can this be a battery trouble, Internet Interference or what. My stream indicator is not steady like last night.


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Use the reset button for the modem or unplug the modem then replace the plug, check the stream

If you open media player, click tools, options, performance, you can set the default buffer to 20 seconds, click apply, the effect is that it will take longer to start streaming while it builds a store of the stream, which should let it cope with minor line drop outs
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