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I have been encountering difficulty withWindows media 10. I have been listening to radio station over internet as of late, but around midday, I start losing reception. Could this be caused by Telemarketing people soaking up the lines(I am using dial-up) Could it be static on the lines?

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In media player, you could try, tools, options, performance, set the buffer to 20 seconds, click apply, close and then open media player
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Have done that already, following instructions from earlier post, but it seems that during normal operating business hours, especially on Saturdays between 12:00 noon and five pl.m. problem is encountered. Would high-speed connection improve things.?

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You could google line speed test for you region and run it during those times
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