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    Hi,

     

    RE:  Buffeing

     

    I watch lots of Italian shows on:   www.raiclicktv.it, but I'm having a problem with 'buffering.' To see the specific programs go to 'raiclicktv.it,' then go to 'Fiction,' then go to 'Poliziesco' and find from the list of programs:  'IL COMMISSARIO MONTALBANO,' and watch any of the 14 episodes (By the way, the programs are all in Italian language and no sub-titles).

     

    I want to know why I can see the programs, however, it keeps on buffering, (annoying as ***),.  What can I do.  I have 'adobe flash 9.'

     

    Thank you,

     

    ray cat

    Tuesday, July 22, 2008 12:05 AM

Answers

  • Ray Cat,

     

    Very interesting question. Thank you for visiting the Microsoft Genuine Advantage Forum. The purpose of this forum is the support of Windows Genuine Advantage (WGA) program.  Your question is off topic as well as outside my area of knowledge. I suggest posting your question to the Discussions in Windows XP General Forum newsgroups here:

     

    http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/expertzone/newsgroups/reader.mspx?dg=microsoft.public.windowsxp.general&lang=en&cr=US

     

                If you should have other non-WGA questions please visit our other communities for helpful information here:  http://www.microsoft.com/atwork/community.mspx .  Next you may search for Knowledge Based (KB) articles located here: http://support.microsoft.com/   Thank you you for visiting the forum.

     

     

    Take care Ray Cat and good luck.

     

     

    Stephen Holm
    WGA Forum Manager

    Tuesday, July 22, 2008 12:14 AM
  • Ray Cat,

     

    Your question has nothing to do with Windows Genuine Advantage, so unfortunately it is an Off-Topic post.

     

    The problem you describe is almost never a problem with the computer, or your software.  It's almost always a problem with bandwidth, usually a combination of bandwidth limitations somewhere between the originating server and you, and the ability of the hosting/originating server to serve up the file if such file has many simultaneous requests upon it.

     

    One way to work around the problem is to save the file to your computer and then view the file directly from your computer's hard disk drive, which will eliminate any bandwidth or server issues.  Since the standard Adobe Flash player does not offer a way to save the flash movie, you'll want to use your favorite search engine and search on something like "saving flash movies" to find progams that can save the movies to your computer's hard disk drive for later viewing.

     

    Good Luck!

     

    Tuesday, July 22, 2008 5:20 AM

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  • Ray Cat,

     

    Very interesting question. Thank you for visiting the Microsoft Genuine Advantage Forum. The purpose of this forum is the support of Windows Genuine Advantage (WGA) program.  Your question is off topic as well as outside my area of knowledge. I suggest posting your question to the Discussions in Windows XP General Forum newsgroups here:

     

    http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/expertzone/newsgroups/reader.mspx?dg=microsoft.public.windowsxp.general&lang=en&cr=US

     

                If you should have other non-WGA questions please visit our other communities for helpful information here:  http://www.microsoft.com/atwork/community.mspx .  Next you may search for Knowledge Based (KB) articles located here: http://support.microsoft.com/   Thank you you for visiting the forum.

     

     

    Take care Ray Cat and good luck.

     

     

    Stephen Holm
    WGA Forum Manager

    Tuesday, July 22, 2008 12:14 AM
  • Ray Cat,

     

    Your question has nothing to do with Windows Genuine Advantage, so unfortunately it is an Off-Topic post.

     

    The problem you describe is almost never a problem with the computer, or your software.  It's almost always a problem with bandwidth, usually a combination of bandwidth limitations somewhere between the originating server and you, and the ability of the hosting/originating server to serve up the file if such file has many simultaneous requests upon it.

     

    One way to work around the problem is to save the file to your computer and then view the file directly from your computer's hard disk drive, which will eliminate any bandwidth or server issues.  Since the standard Adobe Flash player does not offer a way to save the flash movie, you'll want to use your favorite search engine and search on something like "saving flash movies" to find progams that can save the movies to your computer's hard disk drive for later viewing.

     

    Good Luck!

     

    Tuesday, July 22, 2008 5:20 AM