I thought I would post this to give you guys another idea to work with.
I was able to solve all buffering issues by upgrading ALL of my drivers.
I used to do this manually, but I bit and used WinZip's driver updater this time around (way faster, and it works)
You can probably just use it to find outdated drivers and update them manually if you don't want to buy the software.
Anyways, I had tried everything, I was starting to think it was a hardware issue, and this was sort of a last resort after manually upgrading the NIC drivers, and running a cat6e cable.
But, it worked for me and I am streaming 1080p MKVs over my gigabit network to my Foxconn nta350.
I'm assuming that it was some sort of IO or bus driver problem.
R.I.P. WEIRD BUFFERING ISSUE!
Windows Eden Buffering on Atom / Foxconn NTA3500 [Solution]
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2012-05-08 18:44 Eden Buffering on Atom / Foxconn NTA3500 [Solution] Post: #1