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Videos won't play until fully buffered


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Lockheeddude

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Hi

Sorry if this is in the wrong section...I'm new to this.

Recently I have had the issue that whenever I try to watch a video through Youtube or pretty much anything else for that matter the video will not play until fully buffered. Now for small video's <2min it's not really that much of a problem. But for some music videos and anything over 5min it can take ages to start playing and half the time it never does start.
During this I cannot close the window down. I click on the X in the top corner but nothing happens. I have to go into task manager and cancel the page that way which causes any other web pages I have open to close aswell for some reason.

I have had a look at various other places online and they suggested clearing my temp internet folders and history, which I do anyway. Also making sure that I have the latest Flash version....which I have done. Neither helps.

I am at a loss now.

I have windows XP and Internet Explorer. I also have quite a fast broadband connection so taht doesn't seem to be the problem. I have scanned my laptop for visuses and it doens't pick up anything.

Any help you can give will be appreciated.

Thank You
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Phylactery

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Make sure no one else is using your bandwidth. You might have an intruder.
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