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Thread: Help with "You Tube" viewing

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    I enjoy all the information that so many of you share, and I look forward to each new days posting or newsletter. I have trouble viewing the "You Tube " tutorials, I always get the pause after 10 seconds. How does one view that help aid without the constant stopping ? Thank you in advance for replying.

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    Just got a faster computer and viewed my first non stop video. Love it.
    Before that - I used to let it all load then go back and go back and watch it over. Occasionally that didn't work but most of the time it did.

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    If you have a poor internet connection, it often helps to let the video buff a good bit before playing it. When the video comes up and starts to play, hit pause. While the video is paused, you will still see the reddish line moving to show progress of the buffing. When it is a good ways up, click play. As long as your playback doesn't catch up with the bar there should be no pauses.

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    Who knew. Thank you.
    Quote Originally Posted by Lisa_wanna_b_quilter
    If you have a poor internet connection, it often helps to let the video buff a good bit before playing it. When the video comes up and starts to play, hit pause. While the video is paused, you will still see the reddish line moving to show progress of the buffing. When it is a good ways up, click play. As long as your playback doesn't catch up with the bar there should be no pauses.

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    I just thought the same thing- it must be your computer.
    I loooove those videos!

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    Could be your flash player. Could be your cache needs to be cleaned out. Could be your computer needs re-formatting. (will really speed up your computer)
    We love ccleaner. It is a free download, use it everyday to clean out the computer. (My son is a computer geek so have some experience in this stuff.)

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    Your internet "download" isn't fast enough. Let the You Tube completely load, then try "run" again. That is what works for me.

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    Do I just Google "ccleaner" to get it and If I do download
    ccleaner it won't screw up my computer? Thanks

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    What I use to do when I had dial-up, is start the video, then either go to the bathroom, or get a cup of coffee, come back and start the video again - usually it shows nice and smooth without the buffering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sitzy
    Do I just Google "ccleaner" to get it and If I do download
    ccleaner it won't screw up my computer? Thanks
    I use cccleaner, it won't hurt your computer.

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