Both computers recently upgraded to Win 8. Netflix, Amazon, etc, all others run fine. I have since accepted two more Flash Player updates, both seemingly the version 10. Again, only when at home via my R7800. In the Display Settings window, click Advanced Settings.
I can't seem to find a topic on it, and disabling hardware acceleration doesn't fix it. It's not drastic and fairly standard procedure when dealing with Flash. Someone please help I think I may have caused a virus in my computer! Noe I can view embedded videos in the browser and dont get the error any more. Need a lot more info. Anyone else having this problem? This worked, but only for single play; after than, then only black video display while audio played. If you have any other troubleshooting recommendations, feel free to leave a comment.
Any one out there encounter the same issue with their Samsung Galaxy and Netgear? System Details: FireFox Browser version 3. Just about a week ago when I watch a youtube video on chrome, the video won't load at all and will stick at 0:00 for about 10-15 seconds before starting. Q: YouTube playback is met with a green screen or a black screen. With the YouTube video open any YouTube video on YouTube , I right-clicked the video screen, left-clicked on Settings, unchecked the Use Hardware Acceleration box, and then the result was that all YouTube videos play normally or as normally as they did before this other 'all black screen' problem started. This is only when trying to play Youtube videos.
If the video isn't 16:9 aspect it will do that. I downloaded the new version this morning. Close out of the browser completely, relaunch and test the Flash content again to see if it plays. Edit: I also tried disabling the hosts but no luck Edit again: Cleared browsing data and cached data. So what resolution are you rendering to? If something is not checked here, that means your browser is very old and needs to be updated. FireFox was updated on the machine two days ago and no problems noticed; next day, the all-black video display for YouTube videos began to occur.
However, upon doing a bit of additional troubleshooting, I found a workaround, which utilizes a few basic troubleshooting steps. Remove it from your computer and then install it back again. Office is updated using the Windows Update utility. Update Office to the latest version. Solution: Just simply clear the browser data, shut down browser and open the website again.
Place the movie file in the same directory as the PowerPoint file. To uninstall a device with Device Manager: 1. Your video is embedded in the presentation, which includes the video inside of the PowerPoint file. Not sure then what to think. At home via my R7800, Youtube runs fine on any other device except Samsung Galaxy smartphone. I'm not sure if disabling this Hardware Acceleration through the video itself does something on my computer on somewhere else.
Sometimes, Depending on the video. More detailed rules can be found at our page if you're still unsure. Unselect the option Enable hardware acceleration and click the Close button. You can also embed YouTube videos. So far, seems like FireFox Mozilla does not yet know enough and YouTube does not know enough. Once you've selected the video, you'll be prompted to select how you want it to start playing. I tested it with different browsers like chrome, mozilla etc.
I wonder, is this setting different than the setting that I find through Control Panel - Sounds and Audio Devices on my computer? The video file exists separately from the presentation file, and the presentation loads the video file from the specified location. Some people have reported that videos will work properly upon clearing cache. All the related logos and images, including but not limited to Apple's iPhone®, iPod®, iPad®, iTunes® and Mac® are registered trademarks of their own. This seems to be a YouTube only issue. Even embedded youtube videos in sites wont play. To do this, open Safari and then click on Safari at the top and click on Preferences. If this does not work, you can try to install the latest drivers for your Audio card.