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I have windows XP and windows media player 10. Media player has always started playing immediately, (or after a very short buffering), when a file begins to download - but recently it has begun waiting until the entire file downloads to a temporary folder before it begins to play. Can anyone tell me how to get it to play immediately again?
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May be low on RAM. Go to Programs > Startup and remove some items. This does not remove any programs. Also run scan disk and defrag. May help.
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