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Geforce gtx680 keeps freezeing for a second when watching a movie

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hi guys I don't know why there is a problem. my drivers are all updated when ever I watch a movie. it always freeze's for a second then resumes playing.. im sure my pc is capable of playing a mov…
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2m, 5d agoPosted 2 months, 5 days ago
hi guys I don't know why there is a problem. my drivers are all updated
when ever I watch a movie.
it always freeze's for a second then resumes playing..

im sure my pc is capable of playing a movie..

if anyone has come across this problem or know how to fix this. please let me know..
thanks in advance guys
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2m, 5d agoPosted 2 months, 5 days ago
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#1
PCs are funny things, could be some type of compatibility issue. Are you watching the movie through VLC?
#2
2minutenoodles
PCs are funny things, could be some type of compatibility issue. Are you watching the movie through VLC?
yeh I get you. I tend to watch them online.
#3
Could be a browser plug in issue. I watch lots of anime online and some of the players are dreadful
#4
Sounds like buffering especially if your watching online, I get videos stopping during play even with 100 Meg fibre, it could also be your codecs or a plug in issue
#5
optimus_prime2
2minutenoodles
PCs are funny things, could be some type of compatibility issue. Are you watching the movie through VLC?
yeh I get you. I tend to watch them online.

Most likely flash player in that case or just internet buffering. Can try removing flash completely as most sites switch to html5 now. Also try another browser to see if the problem persists.
#6
cheers guys. will look into it. and try the flash reinstalling
#7
I had the same problem- what it turned out to be is a fault on the HDD motor.
In normal use it does to show up because it's just for 1 second every now and then.
Try placing a few albums on the same drive and see if you get the same issue with music.
If you do it's the drive.
#8
buffering problem it's ur Internet not graphic card

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