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JaRvEy

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Hello! I'm having issues for the last two days when watching videos. When i'm watching videos from news websites or youtube, it's fine. But once I maximize it to full screen, the audio and video turns into slow motion.

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1. Haven't installed or configured anything in months.
2. Thought it was lack of RAM, but i restarted my computer and it's the same

Pretty confused as to what is going on because my routine is very basic and i haven't done anything different for many months. Can anybody help?
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I did a search and figured out the problem...

"Chrome 21 was released yesterday – see the list of new features. One relevant change is that it has reintroduced the ‘experimental’ PepperFlash plugin – and made it the default Flash player (at least on the W7 and XP systems I have tested). Early reports from some users report audio and video problems as a result of using Pepperflash."

[bleep] YOU PEPPERFLASH~!!!

Here's how I fixed it...

http://techlogon.com...-google-chrome/
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