YouTube's being a pain, and suddenly my life has become pretty borin

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aerslan

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this is my first time writing here so a warm hello to everyone:)

recently ive been problems while accessing the website.. usually once i go to youtube (ive posted a photo) there are no buttons and nothing at all works












and if i click on a video it gives me the usual old java script message as such














funny thing is when i go to the youtube's internal help page all the buttons seem to work properly

















here is what ive tried to do on my IE7 but nothing has worked so far

1. remove the java and re-install it compltly
2. format my computer and re-install the windows (i must be pretty desperate)
3. go to internet options - security - custom settings -

(i) ActiveX controls and plug-ins (enable)
(ii) Display video and animation on a player that does not use external media player (enable)
(iii) Download signed activex controls (enable)
(iv) Run Activex controls and plug-ins (enable)
(v) Script ActiveX controls marked safe for scripting (enable)


but it still wont work.. and oh yes, other websites with embedded players like photobucket and videojug are working just fine

im seriously a noobie when it comes to computers, but anyone who could help would be more than welcome
 

aerslan

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okay so i tried www.unblocked.org and something wonderful just happened.. the website actually opened up and started working.. but once i click on the video it gives me the same flashplayer thing.. so this must mean that its being blocked by my isp or something..

i guess now with this diagnosed all we need to do is find a way around this, anyone with any ideas
 
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