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Download button for Videos isnt there anymore


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claudiathompson

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When I view a video online the download button is missing.

You know how when you normally go online to watch a video like at YouTube, and the video starts, you will see a rectangle pop up on the top right of the video that is playing and it will say something like "Download" or "Download this Video"?

Well, recently I did a full HP System Restore and Ive gotten everything pretty much back to normal now on my computer with the exception of a few things.

And this missing Download thing that pops up is one of them.

Can anybody please help with that?

If it will help any, I have Windows XP on my Computer, Internet Explorer 8 and my Computer is a Hewlett-Packard Pavillion.

Claudia

Edited by claudiathompson, 26 June 2010 - 08:01 AM.

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Neil Jones

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This behaviour is part of RealPlayer. http://www.real.com
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Thanks Neil that worked!

Now I will just have to put up another post here and see if I can get my strange email problem solved.
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