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Ok now we are getting some where.

Lets do this.

Un-install Chrome and re-install.
To do this un-install Firefox reboot.
Then Re-install it,this time import the Bookmarks from Chrome.
Now un-install Chrome reboot.
Re-install Chrome and import the bookmarks from Firefox.
Test the video's in chrome.


Then Reset IE to Default settings.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/923737

Reboot and test with IE

Let me know the outcome.
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The outcome was.....no change :) Sound doesnt match up with the video. Might be time to get rid of the XP and get a new computer.
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I would like for you to get your machine checked out in the malware forum to ensure that it is clean I think this will end your issues. :)

Post there and include a link to the thread so I can view your progress.
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I had a machine laying around that I needed to put xp on and once I got everything installed I had the same issue with chrome only! IE and firefox were just fine.

So naturally I went searching and came across a solution which works for me.


Hope that helps you out,let me know.
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Thanks for all your help. Since the machine was old I decided to bite the bullet and just buy a new one. Now I just have to get used to Windows 8. WAY different. Thanks again tho :)
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Thanks for letting me know. :thumbsup:
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