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OS 10.4 - Radio stations quit after 30 seconds of audio

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Dual 2 GHz G5 with 2,5 GB SDRAM....When listening to any radio station through Safari on whatever player is utilized, after 30 seconds to 2 minutes, it quits. Just started recently out of the blue and don't know why..Anyone have idea as to why and/or what I can do to correct?
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