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evtrust

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Hi ,there
I just reinstalled windows xp sp1 with all the other necessary (or not) stuff , included DirectX, QuickTime, Adobe Flash Player.
I use Firefox. I can see videos online not so bright, and only small screen. When I switch to full screen , it just stucks and only the image.The sound goes further.
The thing is it worked before.
I tested the speed; download=423 Kbps, upload 385
I tried www.ctv.ca , other sites with movies online. The some problem.
Anyone can help me?
 

TerryNet

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Right after installing Windows is an ideal time to get all the Windows updates, before you start getting corruption and incompatible programs that can cause problems. I also think it's a waste of time to trouble shoot any problem in XP SP1, especially anything network related.
 

bboy_cero

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Good point TerryNet. Evtrust, please download / update your service pack from 1 to the latest (I think it's SP3).
 
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I have self same problem and I have downloaded service pack 3 and Quick Time, Windows Media Player Ver 11, Active X and a codec pack and no matter what I seem to do I can't get the thing to play in full screen even BBC's Iplayer won't work in full screen mode, in small screen it trucks along just fine.......AT WITS END
 

evtrust

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thank you all !
it's not solved yet.
i'll install the sp2 or 3 and i'll see after.
for now i use another comp.
 
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