|Regarding your computer in response 9.|
You have not provided enough information.
What operating system are you using on that computer ?
XP supports maximum DirectX 9.x .
That Asus m2n vm dvi mboard has onboard Geforce video.
Are you using that for your video, or are you using a PCI-E X16 video card ?
The onboard Geforce video supports DirectX 9 maximum. The more ram you are sharing with the onboard video in the bios Setup settings, the better it will work, however, don't share more than half of your 2gb of ram in XP, and share even less in Vista or Windows 7, otherwise the performance of Windows will suffer. .
If you are using a PCI-E X16 video card, what video chipset does it have on it ?.
I tried many of the videos at the web page you pointed to, on a system that has Vista Home Premium 32 bit (and XP MCE 2005) , an Asus M3A78 Pro mboard, an Athlon 64x2 6000+ cpu (3.0 ghz), 3gb of ram, and a Visiontek HD AIW card that has the Radeon HD 3650 video chipset, 512mb of video ram. DirectX 10.x is loaded in Vista.
I have a relatively unreliable ADSL internet connection - the plan I pay for is max 1500kbit/sec, when it's working properly.
All of the videos there on the AMD web site must stream over the internet and load on your hard drive the first time you load them.
Some of the videos freeze for me in places the first time I load them, but if I click on them again immediately after they have played once, they all play flawlessy (they are playing from data that's still on the hard drive).
If the videos do not play flawlessly the SECOND time you play them immediately after playing them the first time, you have (a) problem(s) with your system. It/they could be hardware or software related, or both.