|01 Sep 2012||#1|
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youtube video randomly stops, even if 100% buffered ?
So has anyone figured why youtube / flash vids stop playing and buffering at random points? (just shows the "buffering circle") It even stops if its already completely buffered already?
I've tried on 3 different comps, xp & Windows 7. updated Flash, Adobe, and Direct X. I have tried Firefox, Explorer, Chrome and Opera, Iv re-installed latest drivers for vid cards and sound.
Iv done a little searching and found many people with the same or very similar problems but all the suggested fixes just don't work!
Problem with YouTube. Videos stop buffering. ISP filtering?
Solved - Youtube videos randomly stopping and not starting until i click a different part of the video | PC Help Forum
Youtube stops playing randomly - config-customize - windows-7
Adobe Forums: Newest versions keeps stopping youtube videos even though they appear as fully buffered
Adobe Forums: Flash videos freeze randomly?
These links are all from this year but If you do a search for "youtube video randomly stops" you can see this problem has been ongoing for well over a year now but i cant see anything official from adobe or google/youtube that would imply its a known fault that's being worked on?
Can anyone point me in the right direction or enlighten me a little on this one as its driving me mad now
Many thx all,
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