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Re: animations & vedio clips didn't play in web sites...
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When images or animations no longer appear in your browser take the following steps.
The most obvious thing to check is that there are nopop up blockers enabled in either the areas below or your anti-virus or windows firewall program, this might also include any image control programs (manage add-ons) such as “Toggle images.exe” in your browser.
If you are using Internet Explorer go to TOOLS/ OPTIONS/ ADVANCED tab and scroll down to multimedia make sure the animations and pictures boxes are checked.
In Mozilla Firefox you find this area under TOOLS/ OPTIONS/ CONTENT/ check the box that says “Load images automatically”
On to the next step
In Internet Explorer go to VIEW/ ENCODING/ make sure “auto select” is checked and is set for the correct language (Unicode)
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There are two possible reasons why farmville game freezes in your computer when attempting to load it.
First is your internet browser. You can tell if the internet browser is the one causing it. How? When you type facebook.com in your browser, observe if it takes too long before it loads the Facebook log in page. If it does, then change your browser. Mozilla Firefox is highly recommended. Google chrome perform good too for Facebook site.
Secondly is Flash player. it is the one that manage the loading of games with 3d and animation. So if facebook.com loads very fast in your internet browser, what you will need to do is upgrade the Adobe Flash player that is installed in your system. the latest version would be best.
Visit a web page with a Flash video embedded on the page.
Click on the Flash video to activate the Flash plugin (only on SP2 or above), then right click on video to display the Flash properties menu.
Click on “Settings” on contextual menu, then click the “Advanced…” button.
A new web page window will launch loading Adobe – Flash Player – Manager. On the left pane, click on “Global Storage Settings Panel” link under “Flash Player Help Settings Manager” sub-section under “Table of Contents” section.
A Adobe Flash Player Settings Manager applet will load on the right pane as a Flash object. Check (tick) the “Allow third-party Flash content to store data on your computer” checkbox so that it’s checked. The settings should be auto-save, if the setting is not saved, try to close all Internet Explorer or Firefox web browser windows and launch the Flash Manager to set the option again.
Try to play Flash video. The sound should be played properly.
If the above guide does not solve the problem that video clips from Youtube, VideoSift, Break, Google Videos, Dailymotion, Yahoo, and other video sharing websites play no sound on external sites while audio output fine when viewing the video on video hosting sites itself. Another possible cause is that the Flash contents which is cached get corrupted or damaged, preventing audio streaming from working correctly (Most video sharing sites use Flash video technology to deliver video and audio streaming). To solve this possible corruption, try to use the following hack.
Download and install CCleaner, a freeware system optimization and privacy tool that able to remove unused files from system, and clean traces of online activities.
Run CCcleaner, uncheck and unselect everything that is selected in both Windows and Applications tabs for Cleaner function, except the option of Macromedia Flash Player, located under Multimedia branch in Applications tab. Ensure that all other options are unselected, or else there may be unforeseen sequences including unable to boot your computer.
Click on “Analyze” button, and when finished, click on “Run Cleaner” button when done. This will clean and clear out the old downloaded Flash caches.
Try to load the embedded videos again, the sound should output fine now.
if u r unable to watch video on youtube.first kow which web browser (like internet explorer or mozila firefox) u r using.then google "adobe flash player for internet explorer".just download and install it.without adobe flash plyaer u can't see any vedio i sites like youtube,metacafe etc.
If you have Adobe flash player on your computer and you get the message on youtube to download the latest version of Adobe or turn on your Java in place of the video you want to watch, then look at your toolbar at the top of the screen and if there is a pink bar that says the website wants to run an Add On for Adobe flashplayer then click on it and select Allow Add On or Blocked content and the video should run fine.