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    FireFox Problem

    When using Firefox, I can't view youtube videos. It always shows up as an error. But on IE, it works fine. Downside with using IE is it being so slow. Yes, I have tried re-installing which obviously hasn't helped. Any fixes?

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    Re: FireFox Problem

    Download the latest version of Flash Player

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    Re: FireFox Problem

    I already have.

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    Re: FireFox Problem

    Restart your computer?

    This happened to me once, so I D/L'd flash player. It didn't work until I restarted my computer.

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    Re: FireFox Problem

    It worked for 1 video, but now it's broken again.

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    Re: FireFox Problem

    Try disabling all your plug-ins.

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    Re: FireFox Problem

    I had the same problem; Try removing your old version of flash player, and reinstalling the new version.

    http://www.softwarepatch.com/software/f ... ogram.html
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    Re: FireFox Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Hazzystan
    I had the same problem; Try removing your old version of flash player, and reinstalling the new version.

    http://www.softwarepatch.com/software/f ... ogram.html
    Nope, didn't work.
    Quote Originally Posted by LeadingManNigel
    Try disabling all your plug-ins.
    How do you do that with Firefox?

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    Re: FireFox Problem

    Tools > Addons > Select a plugin(s) hit disable and restart Firefox.


 

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