I see that many people had their problems with the videos solved by these solutions, but some like me, said they still had the issue of videos not playing. I've tried every suggestion listed here and nothing solved the problem completely. The video seems to download alright. I even wonder if videos weren't playing because I had blocked programs from storing information on my computer. Try loading YouTube again once the use of proxy server is off. According to my Add-ons manager, the version I had was from 2011. Go to Tools-Addons in Firefox and disable the 2 add-ons I have mentioned.
Further information can be found in the article. It would either have no sound or completely stop after playing for a few seconds. I am not getting any error messages. It was working and suddenly stopped? Provide details and share your research! This is exactly what I am referring to above, we are now undoing and chasing a multitude of issues as I just don't know what you have done to you computer. I am not able to update my windows 8. I've had these add-ons going for ages, but it's only recently basically since the last time Firefox updated that YouTube has stopped working.
People have been giving so many different suggestions - one said don't have to turn off Active X filtering so long as blue circle with line in it does not appear next to address section in tool bar. This way, YouTube will figure out the best way to embed the player, and you don't have to worry about browser detection. They to not autostart and the lower left button the triangle does not start the video. Install Pepper Flash Player - browser plugin pepperflashplugin-nonfree from the Ubuntu Software Center. Now you should have no problems in viewing videos that requires Flash Player. I had tried doing just a clean reinstall of the Flash Player after deleting all macromedia folders, but even that did not work. Security settiings I tried some solutions recommended like uninstall flash and reinstall a new copy, delete cache and cookies and nothing worked.
I use hijackthis for a quick analyses. Look at the Location of each of these files and click the disable link for gcswf32. Recently somebody I know was experiencing a problem in his Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome browsers. Earlier we have mentioned, how you can play any. What finally worked for me was: 1. I kept using other browsers to watch videos. I have tried disabling extensions, starting with firefox -P and selecting a fresh profile.
Here are the detailed steps: For Chrome users These days where Chrome is concerned, things are getting a little tricky because the Adobe Flash player used in Chrome is now integrated within Chrome itself. All you have to do is install a simple Firefox extension called video playback fix by the author Timothy Chien. I would definitely perform an in-place re-install. No matter what I try, YouTube videos will not play in Firefox. Refresh is process done on dell computers to reinstall the operating system without affected the files and folders. Maybe you'll have better results using the more up-to-date Pepper Flash Player in Chromium browser.
The instructions for updating Pepper Flash Player to the latest version are in. Don't know what to try else. It should handle such things better. Hopefully you learnt something cheers. After Firefox is done, it will show a window with the information that is imported. Could be time to cleanup your internet history for flash. I thought maybe reinstalling Ubuntu might help but apparently it hasn't.
I frequently have the same problem but I have the latest in Flash, Firefox version, etc. Here is what seemed to have fixed it for me: I followed one instruction here saying to uninstall RealPlayer. What did work was updating RealPlayer. What is refreshed mean in your terms. Afterwards you can ignore Google Chrome because it has not been installed on your computer. I had the very same problem.
But did you install it manually or allow it to auto update since you have windows x64. One person said to make sure that little blue circle with line through it which is on address bar next to spot you type in search info, does not sure. If not, just carry on using this separately installed version. Once this is done, close all windows and restart the computer. Click Yes when asked to confirm if you want to uninstall Adobe Flash Player and click Close.