Videos Windows Media Player and the Internet do not spread quite quickly and also freeze

I had a problem with my wmp codec before but my brother reinstalled wmp for me, so it's better, but now all my videos on my computer right flow used, and skipps my music.

Hi mowmow222,
 
Buffering or Streaming media is multimedia that are constantly received by, and normally, an end-user while being delivered by a streaming provider.
 
There is no option within the operating system to increase the speed of buffering. Only way to increase the speed of buffering in some measure is to have a connection with a higher bandwidth. But note that as does you not an option of continuous play in CD or DVD.
 
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