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TV freeze/pause

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I watch TV at my desk on two devices (my desktop computer &

a satellite TV), plus the kitchen TV.  I do not use the 50” TV with the DVR.

It’s a 15-yr old TV and the picture is terrible. Can’t afford to replace.

 

Help - able to watch live TV  and recordings on the desktop WITHOUT the picture freezing/pausing for seconds – consistently. Since the freeze/pause never happens on the TVs, the problem might be the computer. If so, what do you recommend?

 

I ask Comcast to investigate my issue and contact me with a solution

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Re: TV freeze/pause


Lenn47 wrote:

Memo to Comcast

 

Re:    James <Edited for violating forum guidelines: "Personal Information"> (<Edited for violating forum guidelines: "Personal Information">)

          <Edited for violating forum guidelines: "Personal Information">

          <Edited for violating forum guidelines: "Personal Information">

 

I watch TV at my desk on two devices (my desktop computer &

a satellite TV), plus the kitchen TV.  I do not use the 50” TV with the DVR.

It’s a 15-yr old TV and the picture is terrible. Can’t afford to replace.

 

Help - able to watch live TV  and recordings on the desktop WITHOUT the picture freezing/pausing for seconds – consistently. Since the freeze/pause never happens on the TVs, the problem might be the computer. If so, what do you recommend?

 

I ask Comcast to investigate my issue and contact me with a solution


is the computer connected via wifi or ethernet? It sounds like you have a very slow internet connection. 



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