Youtube video is getting struck at intervals after whole buffering

I am using windows 7 64bit. I generally use google chrome. recently i saw that even after the whole buffering the youtube videos get struck at intervals for a fraction of second. I tried with IE but the result is the same. It only hapens with youtube is guess for Now.... i ahve a monster gaming PC and has a perfectly working GPU with latest drivers. My internet speed is 2MBPS....but it is not a question of speed infact as the video gets struck even after the whole video is buffered. Also i noticed that the lag only takes place when i am watching any video in the fullscreen mode. In the normal mode of youtube the Lag does not occur. SO my question is Whats the problem....?
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  1. So basically you are streaming video.... Does this work on hulu, or any other streaming website?
  2. nope it does not occur on ther streaming website sometimes in gamespot.com i guess........but the problem is why will the video get struck at intervals even when buffering s complete.....only happens in fullscreen.....nt in windowed mode of the video mind u...
  3. rahul247rocks said:
    nope it does not occur on ther streaming website sometimes in gamespot.com i guess........but the problem is why will the video get struck at intervals even when buffering s complete.....only happens in fullscreen.....nt in windowed mode of the video mind u...


    [#0005ff]If it only happens in full screen mode, it seems to point to a graphics problem. Try dropping the hardware acceleration settings a little in Advanced settings tab of the display options.[/#000ff]
  4. why does it happen only in youtube then if its a graphics problem???? is it some kind of a super advanced virus....:((((
  5. rahul247rocks said:
    why does it happen only in youtube then if its a graphics problem???? is it some kind of a super advanced virus....:((((


    Doubtful on the virus front but possible if there's something in their output that means you don't get full-screen functionality, it could still explain a thing or two.

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