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    Last couple of times I went to YouTube to look at some auto repair videos & it was awful. Took forever to load & then it kept stalling. Anyone else have this problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maddog View Post
    Last couple of times I went to YouTube to look at some auto repair videos & it was awful. Took forever to load & then it kept stalling. Anyone else have this problem.
    Nope, it's something on your side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maddog View Post
    Last couple of times I went to YouTube to look at some auto repair videos & it was awful. Took forever to load & then it kept stalling. Anyone else have this problem.
    I would recommend testing your internet speed by going to Speedtest.net by Ookla - The Global Broadband Speed Test Perhaps something is not working properly with your internet provider.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tractor Tim View Post
    I would recommend testing your internet speed by going to Speedtest.net by Ookla - The Global Broadband Speed Test Perhaps something is not working properly with your internet provider.

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    Are you using wireless or a hard connection? Definitely do the speed test as suggested. Who is your internet provider?
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    This will give you a video streaming report for your area.

    https://www.google.com/get/videoqualityreport/
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    As mentioned, run a speed test to understand whether or not your actual connection to the Internet is suspect.

    If your speed test comes back at 10% of your contracted speed or less, you need to check everything to do with your connection. Resetting your gear would be step one.

    Something to keep in mind: If you purchase Internet and telephone service from the same provider, and your services are Cable-connected, then you have a cable modem that needs to be restarted. BUT... You need to understand that there's a very high likelihood that this modem has a battery inside of it that you will need to pull out at the same time you pull the power cord.

    After a cable modem reset, you then power your router back on (assuming that you have this second device, you should pull the power on it at the same time as the cable modem).

    I have seen issues with YouTube over the years with specific videos, so it is possible that it's the ones you're trying to watch. I've also seen issues with lots of chop and buffering when trying to use WiFi but those issues go away with hard-wired connections. If this is the case, it's likely time for a router upgrade.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubber View Post
    This will give you a video streaming report for your area.

    https://www.google.com/get/videoqualityreport/
    That's pretty neat - thanks!

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    Funny.

    I opened the link just now, it showed the EXACT same graph for a completely different area of the country. The fact that there's a "Compare providers in this area" link makes me wonder if it's little more than just a marketing page.
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    Quote Originally Posted by meburdick View Post
    Funny.

    I opened the link just now, it showed the EXACT same graph for a completely different area of the country. The fact that there's a "Compare providers in this area" link makes me wonder if it's little more than just a marketing page.
    30 day average video consumption will look similar across the entire country for large providers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arvada View Post
    Are you using wireless or a hard connection? Definitely do the speed test as suggested. Who is your internet provider?
    I'm wireless. Provider is Verizon. No other choice out here. It's a complete Monopoly & everyone here hates it but there are not enough homes & businesses here to attract any other companies. We all would like to have cable come in.
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