Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Ok, first thing's first: Youtube is currently up and running.
Having stated that, it sounds like your browser is hanging on to a saved cookie (may be malignant) or a saved offline web page.
You didn't really state which Browser you are using, but if you are using Internet Explorer, then you should go to your browser and click on> tools > Internet Options
Look at the section called 'Temporary Internet files'
Click on the buttons that say "Delete Cookies" and "Delete files" (or adjust the wording acording to your version).
**IMPORTANT: After this is done, you will no longer be able to automatically sign on to websites where you have chosen to keep your login information. You will need to sign on again.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
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