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Windows 7: Adobe Flash problem, suggested from Youtube

27 Apr 2012   #1

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Adobe Flash problem, suggested from Youtube

Okay, starting today I was watching stuff on Youtube when a video I clicked stopped and instead said that I need to install the latest flash or try that HTTP5 thing. I decided to update, but the results (normally happening when I open two videos) were the same. I updated again, and I should point it came with Google Chrome which I don't want so I got rid of that twice, and still the results are the same. I don't know what's going on, but maybe you guys can help?

UPDATE: OKay, just a half an hour later it looks to be working, including on the videos I was trying to watch but couldn't. All I did was restart my computer. Don't know if you want to delete this thread or what. But, why couldn't adobe tell me to restart in the first place? IDK, maybe someone has an answer.

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28 Apr 2012   #2

Windows® 8 Pro (64-bit)

Go to this website and delete all websites. Then reopen the web browser and try to watch any video. See if that helps.
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