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YouTube Error javascript

When I try to play YouTube movies, I get a JavaScript error, why?
How do I resolve this?

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Try to download the flash player or download Mozilla Firefox 3

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Depending on what exactly isn't playing when is what I don't know from your info. So I can tell you two situations and two possible things to try. Generally I do not have any missing videos like you describe. Once in a while I do so hopefully we can nail this down.

The first description would be seeing the page fairly normally and then inside the video player area it might say not available or will be blank. The second is you might get a blurb of sound and images then no video but garbled sound.

In the first case that is usually an issue at the server side. I've just disconnected and then tried again. Sometimes it works right away and the odd time within a day or so. It will depend on what is really wrong. I usually always get this on new released programs.

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So basically expat itself should have zero to do with the problem but you may have issues with the player plugins, JavaScript, or even a firewall or pop up blocker and anti-advertisement plugins. From my experience with this the majority of the time is it a javascript error on the website. If you can connect to say youtube and watch videos without expat and while running expat then the problem is nothing to do with your end. Just have to keep on trying. to connect.

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firstly u should open ur account on u tube,
then you can try following Bookmarklet (Javascript plugins), it will instantly get the video URL from the webpage even if it's not yet finished loading. No Website or software is needed. It's a bookmarklet(a bookmark containing JavaScript) in practice, you can also use it in FireFox, Safari or Inetnet Explorer.

span-download-youtube-video.png Install Google Chrome Plug-in: Download YouTube Video/Movie in Google Chrome Install this Javascript Plug-in is very easy, please do following steps:

  1. Make sure your Google Chrome browser always shows the Bookmarks bar. You can click menu Tools -> Always show bookmarks bar, the hotkey is Ctrl + B.
  2. Right click on the bookmarks bar, and then select Add Page.
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  4. In the Name field, enter "Download YouTube Video" or something you will remember, then for the URL field paste:
  5. javascript:window.location.href = 'http://youtube.com/get_video?video_id=' + swfArgs['video_id']+ "&l=" + swfArgs['l'] + "&sk=" + swfArgs['sk'] + '&fmt_map' + swfArgs['fmt_map'] + '&t=' + swfArgs['t'];Update: Nov 23, 2009: YouTube has modified the video parameters, the code above can't work now, use this:
    javascript:window.location.href = 'http://youtube.com/get_video?video_id=' + yt.getConfig("SWF_ARGS")['video_id'] + "&sk=" + yt.getConfig("SWF_ARGS")['sk'] + '&t=' + yt.getConfig("SWF_ARGS")['t'];

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  6. Click OK button.
How to use Plug-in to download YouTube Video in Google Chrome Now, the Javascript plugin is installed in your Google Chrome. Go to the YouTube video you want to download, when it starts playing click your "Download YouTube Video" bookmark and you will see the .flv file start to download in Google Chrome's download status bar.

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Disable your popup blocker

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It is also possible that the website you are viewing has nn improperly written JavaScript. There's no way we can resolve that on our end.





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If you're receiving this error message and unable to play videos,
here's what I recommend to get you back on track and able to watch
videos successfully again. Please follow the steps listed below...

1. Uninstall the version of Adobe Flash that you currently have
running on your computer. You can uninstall Flash here:
http://kb.adobe.com/selfservice/viewContent.do?externalId=tn_14157

2. Once you've uninstalled Flash, then go to the Adobe site and
download the most recent version of the Flash player:
http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/

3. At this point, completely exit your browser (don't just close the
window, exit the browser completely).

4. Only now, once you've exited your browser, can you install the new
version of the Flash player you just downloaded. Install the Flash
player.

5. Finally, open your browser again. Go to YouTube and try playing a
video-- the video should now play!

6. If the video *still* doesn't play, make sure you have JavaScript
enabled (turned on) in your browser.

If you're not sure how to do this, do a Google search for your browser
and then "enable JavaScript". You should easily find instructions on
how to enable Javascript.

Here are a couple of examples for Firefox, Internet Explorer, and
Opera users:

http://www.ehow.com/how_2033406_enable-javascript-firefox.html
and
http://www.tranexp.com/win/JavaScript-enabling.htm

We really hope these tips help! Good luck & enjoy

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