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Can't watch videos online....whats wrong?


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nikitatime

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I have always been able to watch videos online. For instance, on Break.com they have videos on the website that when I used to click on, and watch instantly. Now I can't watch them. I have gone to other websites like AOL and Stupidvideos.com. I can't watch them either. I have reinstalled Windows Media Player 10, but that didn't help. Does anyone know whats wrong?
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Clear your internet's cache.
Right Click on IE on your desktop>Properties>Under the general tab, "Delete Cookies" and press OK. "Then Delete Files..." and check off "Delete all Offline Content" and then press OK. Next, "Clear History" and press Yes, and OK to exit. Then try to watch videos again and make sure you have all the latest updates from www.windowsupdate.com

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Thanks. Yesterday I went into my options on the Windows Media Player. Because when I write clicked the videos I was trying to watch, and clicked ERROR DETAILS...it said windows media player cannot play offline materials. I went into the settings on WMP and found a button that said always connect to internet. After I did that....it worked! Thanks for your input. I also did what you said. That helped too! Thanks so much!
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