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  Reply # 1534707 18-Apr-2016 09:47
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I would bet its a Spark issue. they had an issue with youtube a while back. they fixed that but...
Watchme(NZ) , Vimeo etc still have that same buffering issue that youtube had (for me) , making those unwatchable .

 

 

 

 

And I would bet it's not.

 

Cheers - N

 

 




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  Reply # 1535071 18-Apr-2016 15:49
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As per an earlier post, I'm not on Spark.

 

I noticed that there had been a few new drivers released for my ASRock Beebox - I have updated those, but no change.

While watching a show this afternoon I could see during one episode - just for an instant - the word 'Buffering' appear.

 

 


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  Reply # 1535109 18-Apr-2016 17:03
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I'm sure you have tested this - but is the issue on PC or other devices as well as the W10 device?


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  Reply # 1535111 18-Apr-2016 17:10
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In the last few days  I have started having intermittent pauses on lightbox on my ps4 throughout episodes, haven't tried any other devices yet as it's usually only a few seconds before it comes back. I'm on vodafone 50Megabit cable.


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