HP Mini 311 is blocking video playback on network

I have a HP Mini 311 1000 - NR netbook running Windows 7 and it crashes into a video game on the network. It last a few seconds, the video locks, sound gets stuck, then he comes back and plays very well for a while. I should also note that when this happens the HARD drive led is solid, and the computer is completely insensitive.

This happens when playing Standard and HD video of all formats, avi, mkv, etc...

This occurs by ethernet and wireless. Ethernet is managed through a switch and bypasses the router.

The same videos work very well when played on the local hard drive.

After plugging the power cord makes no difference.

Set the power plan to high performance makes no difference.

I tried to play video files of multiple network shares on different PC with no changes, so it may not be a problem with the host computer.

All the drivers and software are of course aware.

I'm out of ideas.

Uh, I said nothing about online games. Did you even read my ad?

Anyway, I solved the problem. It turns out that the driver for the Nvidia SATA controller was the issue. Manual installation of the microsoft driver that some windows fixed my problem.

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