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I have Win XP and when I visit YOUTUBE.COM I can't get a video to load and play. Yes, I have the latest Adobe Macromedia Flash Player and my Java is enabled...I can even play the trailer on the home page but the other videos won't load or play...instead when I click on them it takes me to another page and asks me how I liked the video and to rate it. I'm stumped on this one...How do I get the videos on YOUTUBE.COM to load and play? I appreciate all the help in advance! Thanks!
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Do you think something on your computer is blocking it from playing or loading? Like a block or firewall or something?
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Do you think something on your computer is blocking it from playing or loading? Like a block or firewall or something?



No way 'Re-Re' because it has worked before with ZoneAlarm and AVG. This has got me stumped! Thanks for the help anyway!
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No problem, because that can sometimes stop it from playing.


Could it be your settings on the internet thats not letting you watch it?

Have you tried restarted your internet browser?
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No problem, because that can sometimes stop it from playing.


Could it be your settings on the internet thats not letting you watch it?

Have you tried restarted your internet browser?



I re-set my internet settings and re-started my internet browser with no luck. Thanks!
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Than I have no idea. I just know the basics and then some..
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Than I have no idea. I just know the basics and then some..



Thanks anyway!
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