|23 Dec 2010||#1|
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video playback problems
Hi, I'm not sure which thread this should be in, I guess someone will tell me once they've read the whole problem.
I've just recently brought a Linksys E3000 router to add to my network, replacing a DLink DIR615.
I have a tranquil SQA-5H WHS which stores all my media files and I access what I want through network shares. Until recently I've been able to watch videos without any problems, but now with my new router, videos stutter and hang.
At first I thought it was a problem with the router, but all other devices (Xbox, Xtreamer, 2x PCs running XP Pro and 1x PC running Win 7 Home Premium) have no problems with video playback. All my devices are connected using gigabit NICs and CAT6 cabling, so bandwidth should not be an issue.
When I replace the E3000 with the DIR615, video playback is fine on my PC. What I am wondering is if there is a config issue under Windows 7 professional that I need to take care of.
Anyone have any ideas?
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