It says it EVERY TIME!
I can't view YouTube videos with this problem.
I downloaded Flash 10, but it still won't work!
Please answer someone!2009-07-01
UPDATE- Okay, I fixed it! I just cleared my cache and it's ALL GOOD NOW :D Thanks guys!
Exactly the same for me. How's that for an answer?
For example, my Chrome shortcut looks like this (of course, your Chrome shortcut would have your username in it):
"C:\Documents and Settings\Bapa\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe"
I've also included a link to a helpful article in my references.
yeah...i got the same msg when on youtube...i just emptied the cache n it was all good...dont kno whats goin on there...but it works...so im happy
I had the same problem and i just cleared the cache as well and it everything is normal know.
for us novices, how does one clear their cache? thanks!
clearing the cache did not work for me. Im running chrome on a computer without admin rights, and while I had flash working for over a month, I fear THEY may have done something..any other suggestions?
Found the answer - on the Adobe Flash download page there's an option "different operating system or browser". I used this and installed both the IE version (which didn't solve my Chrome problem) and also the "other browser" version -- which while it doesn't list Chrome as a supported browser, does now work on my computer (Vista O/S). Videos now work in Chrome.
None of this works for me.
I cleared the cache - no change.
I downloaded the IE and the other browser flash player - no change.
For now i am using yahoo to play videos from the search page.
Right now I just figured out a site called youtubeloader.com and that's where i'm watching videos from at the moment.
Can anyone help me?
Clear the cache. restart the browser and you're good to go! thanks 4 the tip, i tried almost everything from reinstalling flash to reinstalling my browser and uninstalling all the extensions and nothing but clearing the cache worked.. i should have gotten the tip from the fact that you tube videos opened normally in incognito mode..
i cleared my cache, installed both flashes restarted chrome, but i still get the same message as metnioned above... and doesn't work incognito....
i tried all these suggestions... none of em wurked... u ppl got any more suggestions?
I re-downloaded Java for Chrome and that did it for me.
If you have tried all of the above ensure you have Java on your machine, download it form here:
Install it and then re-start chrome. Checkout you tube - should work fine.
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Is this the same type problem that would have caused Chrome to stop downloads. I have been using Chrome for some time now, recently had to install Adobe reader 9.3 in order to download and/or view pdf files. Everything worked for approx 2 weeks, now all of a sudden it has quit downloading again. I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling chrome, uninstalling and reinstalling Reader 9.3 (which I had to do through IE as Chrome would not download the program). I have checked all of my settings and do not see anything obvious that would cause this problem. If I use IE, no problems with downloading. Sure would appreciate any tips, help, etc. Thanks
Google Chrome version : 4,0.249.89 (official build 38071)
Operating System: Windows XP
Extensions installed: None. I tried installing a "Downloads" extension and Chrome does not respond to the Install command
I use Google Chrome and IE browsers both on my laptop just as on the desktop, same operating system, same version and have had no problems using it. Just installed the "Downloads" extension mentioned above on my laptop and immediately got a "download now" box and downloaded with no problems.
This is a huge dilemma and I would sincerely appreciate any assistance I can get
k someone help me
when i go onto myspace and try to fix my layout i get that message about java turned of and old adobe
i have done everything on this page can someone help me PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Great advice from ajwE2L. I have Windows Vista and following this advice I was able to get YouTube to work on Mozilla Firefox. For some reason, I still couldn't get it to work on Internet Explorer, but that doesn't really matter. Coincidentally, I solved another major annoyance today by switching from IE to Mozilla, so I'm beginning to wonder whether Mozilla is generally superior.
there is problem with my pc so thing and found the solution u have to turn of the tune up utilities turbo mode
Click on "Options"
Go to "Under The Hood"
Click on "Content Settings"
As for clearing the cache instead of clicking on "Content Settings"
Click on "Clear Browsing Data" on that same screen
Hope this helps!
ok so i tried everything in the post's flash is updated and java is on but it still gives me that little warning.
i did that but when im on twiter when i push tweet it doesnt tweet
But i dont find content settings in options...
OS: Windows 7 x64
It seems like it's working fine on Beta 9. Do you want to give it a shot? If you go to chrome.google.com, there's a link that says try latest "Beta." Do you have some sort of extension, such as AdBlocker? Sometimes it will block contents as well.
help me what should i do ... i have google chrom .v. 13.0.782.112 but i can watch video's on youtube juste some web sites don't show on ..
- What is the website URL you're having this problem on?
- What is the exact error message you're seeing (if any)?
- What is your Chrome version (go to Wrench -> About Google Chrome)?
i cant find options
Option > Privacy > Contents Setting > Scroll down and you'll find Java Script Option
A more up-to-date version, if this ever happens again.
(Or, yet again, you could just clear your cache.)
What are the instructions for Mac OS X 10.6.8 (Snow Leopard) version of Chrome (29.0) ??