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Problems with mlb.com streaming video


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markben

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I've been everywhere and asked everyone on this, and no one can solve this problem.
I have a Phillips LX3000 (one week old), with Vista Home Premium and a Windows Media Player 11.
I am trying to watch the 700k stream on mlb.com baseball webcasts.
I was able to get it on my older, slower computer with no problem.
It's not my Internet provider, as I've taken my computer to a computer shop and they hooked it up to their Internet and it still didn't stream. They were able to get the stream with no problem on their Vista-equipped computer in the shop.
So it seems it has to be a setting with my computer.
I can get the 400k stream, but I really want the 700k stream.
The only thing I've been able to spot is that when I right click and go to Statistics, it says fps at 29, but the actual rate is listed at just 0.5 to 1.4 fps. Anyone have any ideas on this. I've called mlb.com and got all the proper settings. I've had several techs come over and they can't figure this one out.
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has anyone tried updating your network card drivers?
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I don't think anyone has done that. How would I check on that? Or how can I do that myself? Thanks.
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go into device manager and see what your nic is, and then go to the manufacture's web site to download the latest drivers.

If you can't find drivers, then either go to the motherboard makers site or the computer makers site and see what you can find. If you need more help let me know.
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