Q: What are the minimum system requirements for viewing streaming videos on MOOREHUNTLEY.COM?
PC: Win98/P4 1.5Ghz CPU/128MB ram/32MB Video card
Mac: Apple Mac G4 running OSX 10.2.8, 1.5Ghz CPU, 256MB Ram
Connection Speed: for optimal viewing, we recommend a cable modem, DSL, T1 or other broadband solutions.
Browsers: Version 4.0 and above of the following browsers: AOL, Netscape and Microsoft Internet Explorer.
Screen Resolution: 800 x 600 - to change this see: How can I change my screen resolution?
To View Videos: FLASH 8 plug-in - Download it for free; click the link below.
Q: Do I need a Flash application to watch streaming videos?
Yes. Flash 8 is required to view these streaming videos. You can download it for free here:
(Follow the screen instructions for proper installation).
Q: I'm on dial-up. Can I view the videos?
To view full-length clips, you need a high-speed internet connection (DSL, Cable Moden, T1, etc). Those with a faster connection will enjoy the best viewing experience. Viewers with a slower connection may experience frequent delays or may not be able to view the video at all.
Q: How can I ensure the video plays back smoothly? Can I pause the movie?
To ensure smooth video playback you can PAUSE the video when it first starts playing (Hit the PAUSE button on the control bar) and then wait a few seconds to make sure enough of the movie has streamed in (25%) before you hit the PLAY button again. The movie will begin to play smoothly.
Q: What can I do to increase the speed with which I access your site?
Clear your disk and memory caches. Also, check your memory cache setting to ensure it's no greater than 25 percent of your computer's total RAM.
Close any applications you are not using to increase the amount of RAM available to your browser.
Q: What is "CACHE" memory?
A "cache" (pronounced like "cash") temporarily stores on your computer the information from web pages you have visited. We suggest users "clear" their cache occasionally, especially if a page is stuck with outdated material or information has not been refreshed. For information on how to clear your cache, see How do I clear the cache on my browser?
Q: Why do I sometimes get outdated information on a page?
MOOREHUNTLEY.com is periodically updated. If you are receiving outdated information, we suggest you try any or all of the following:
Clear your cache. This will force your browser to retrieve the most recent version of that document from its source on the network.
Q: How do I clear the CACHE on my browser?
Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 - To clear the cache in IE 4.0, you must use the 'Internet Options' menu which can be accessed by clicking once on the 'View' selection found across the top of the IE 4.0 browser between the 'Edit' and 'Go' drop down menus. Click once on the 'Internet Options' selection to display the menu. By using the tab menus at the top, select the tab titled 'General Options'. Click once on the 'Delete Files' button. You will be prompted with a pop-up box that asks if you wish to delete all temporary Internet files. Click 'OK'. You have successfully cleared your cache.
Netscape 4.0 - To access the cache menu, click on 'Edit' on the top tool bar. Move your cursor down to the selection marked 'Preferences' and select 'Network Preferences'. A menu with several selections will appear. Double click on the 'Category' marked 'Advanced', which will in turn display several options, one being for cache. Select the 'Cache' option and click on both buttons, 'Disk Cache' and 'Memory Cache'. Make certain you click 'OK' when Netscape prompts you with a message asking you if you want to remove disk/memory cache files. After you clear both disk and memory cache you can exit the 'Preferences' menu.
Q: How can I change my screen resolution?
Screen resolution affects the size of the desktop in graphical operating systems such as Windows 95, 98, and NT. More icons, word-processing lines, spreadsheet cells, and larger graphics in graphic developing suites are displayed on the desktop using a higher resolution. The four standard PC resolutions are VGA, Super VGA, and XGA. Each resolution is measured in pixels, which are picture elements of the screen. VGA resolution displays 640 pixels across the screen and 480 pixels down. Super VGA displays 800x600 resolution while XGA display 1024x768 and 1280x1024 pixels. The most common resolution is 800x600 pixels. Seeing more on the desktop increases productivity by eliminating some scrolling and switching back and forth between windows. Ultimately, adjusting screen resolution could make one's eyes happier.
Here are procedures for changing the screen resolution in Windows 95, 98 and NT :
Click on the "Start" menu on the bottom left hand corner of your screen Select "Settings" and then "Control Panel" Double click on the "Display" icon Click on "Settings" tab Click and hold down the left mouse button on the selector in the "Desktop Area" section. Move the selector to the left or the right to decrease or increase desktop size respectively.
Next, continue with the operating system you are using below...
Click the "Test" button at the bottom of the window. A window will ask you if you want to try the new settings. Click "OK." Wait 5 seconds as a test bitmap is displayed. A window asks if the test bitmap was displayed properly. Click "yes" or "no." Click the "Apply" button in the bottom right corner. Now the new settings are applied.
Click the "Apply" button in the bottom right corner. A window asks if you really want to resize the desktop. Click "Yes" The desktop will resize and now a window appears asking if you want to keep those new settings. Click "yes" or "no" or you can wait about 15 seconds and the old settings will be restored.
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