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Speed up HD Videos?


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#1 shawn 5xx

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Posted 19 September 2009 - 06:52 AM

when ever i watch a HD Video on the internet its slow and choppy like for example if i am on youtube, hulu, and vimeo. it can't be my internet connection because i tested it and it runs 24004 kbps and i am paying a lot of money for the internet and i can't even watch HD videos properly. Is it a new video card or something i might need.

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Posted 19 September 2009 - 07:36 AM

How much ram do you have, my video and all other things got a lot better when I went to 2 gigs. Also have you updated your video drivers that may help. I have on board video which I do not think is very good compared to the video cards and have no problems.

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Posted 19 September 2009 - 07:42 AM

dell dimension 3000
windows xp home edition

now for the specs and hardware:

2GB Ram
celeron CPU 2.66GHz
intel ® 82865G Graphics Controller

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Posted 19 September 2009 - 07:54 AM

Funny it is a Dell, I just reloaded a Dell and had a nagging video issue. When I run into this situation this is what I do and well worth a try, if I do not have the particular driver on hand I down load a new copy to my desk top then I go into control panel then system, hardware then device manager then double click on display adapter it will show your adapter. Delete it then reboot windows will find and reinstall it and ask for the drivers, reinstall the drivers very good chance that will clean things up.

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