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Solved: Browser Streaming video does not work

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by vette8182, Sep 8, 2009.

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    A little bit ago some streaming video stopped working. Break.com and Youtube most videos work. No videos on yahoo video and some other sites work. They just show a blank black box and never loads or plays. When I go to yahoo video and try to play a video, I right click on the video and choose "Settings..." it brings up an adobe flash player menu that is frozen and I cannot choose anything on that menu. I just went to the Adobe website and installed the latest versions of Adobe Flash player, Shockwave player, Java player. I set my explorer security from medium high down to just medium. I deleted "Wmsdkns.xml" for media player to reset it. I also changed out my video cards (I have two different cards, a geforce and a radeon).None of these solutions worked. My laptop, work computer, and wifes computer all play these videos. This is just happening to my home desktop. Any other ideas on what is happening?:eek:This happens on both Windows Explorer and Firefox
     
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    Fixed, I went to Adobe settings manager site and changed the local storage from 0kb to 100kb and now all streaming video works.
     
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