killadark wrote:i have also tried fixing my registry also which dint work
UberGerbil wrote:So there's not actually a problem with your laptop when this freeze occurs -- you can do other things in other apps, etc -- just the video (flash or otherwise) is frozen or the sound is playing but the visuals aren't keeping up, etc? So you may be right, it might be a problem with the router. Have you tried any other intensive bandwidth tests (large file download, speakeasy speedtest, etc) when connected through this router to see if they exhibit freezing or abnormally low bandwidth?
What firmware is the router running -- stock Buffalo (what version?) or DD-WRT (which Buffalo also supports). See this thread @ DD-WRT. A bit more googling with the product ID might find you more (with possible fixes); I don't know anything about this particular model.
And as i said it locks up only when viewing video on my vlc player (haven't tried others) or youtube videos or any other flash based video, when it locks up i can hear the sound of the video in really slow mo all cracked up and irritating
FakeAlGore wrote:This is almost always a bad idea. Registry repair utilities and optimizers generally break more things than they fix.