If you’re having trouble streaming video on one of our sites, we’d first like to make sure that there isn’t an issue with your internet connection. If there are other applications you use with your device, test them out. If the issue is exclusive to one of our websites, the first step would be to run a test of your internet connection.
Please visit ( www.speedtest.net ) on your web browser and click the big green button that says "Begin Test" on top of a map. You will see results for download speed, upload speed, and ping. We recommend a download speed of at least 1.0 mbps for a consistent stream
If that doesn’t work, we’d like you to clear your browser cache. These are the temporary files that your web browser stores, that can often slow things down. For more info, visit our Clear Cache FAQ.
Most browsers have a “Private” or “Incognito” window available to open. These are a version of your browser that do not involve your past browsing history, add-ons, or temporary files, and do not save them for future use. At this time, FOX.com does not support browsing in this mode. If you are using a Private or Incognito Window, please open up a regular browser window and try streaming the same video.
We’d have you turn off the computer and reset your router and model. Unplug all three, wait at least 30 seconds, plug them back in, and reboot the computer. A lot of times this will resolve any network issues.
Lastly, if you have another browser installed on your computer, try using that instead. For instance, if you are streaming on Internet Explorer, try using Google Chrome (www.google.com/chrome/)
Please visit ( www.supportdetails.com ) and let us know the following when you submit your issue:
- What browser, OS, and flash version do you have?
- Name of your internet service provider, as well as your router and modem model
- What time of day do you primarily run into difficulty? How long has the issue been persisting?
- Were you watching an episode or an ad when the issue occurred? If an ad, what was the ad for?