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I have an HP6213w desktop PC running Windows 7 Pro. For several months now, I have been unable to view videos from some sources, especially Kim Komando. On her and other websites, where the video screen is supposed to appear, all I get is a white screen. I don't know what type of files should be showing. YouTube works fine.
Try with another browser. Or else you can use spyme tools, to understand where the video file get saved on your machine, take it from there, (usually it will be a .tmp file). Rename it to .flv or so, and then play it with VLC. But first check your flash settings and try opening it on different browsers.
Posted on May 14, 2014
Testimonial: "I tried Firefox, and while it solved my problem about not being able to view videos, I am constantly bombarded with new pages on FF telling me to upgrade my video viewer. When I start the upgrade process, it says that I will have to use new search engines and toolbars that I cannot avoid, so I cancel the viewer upgrade. I accidentally installed a new search engine which forced itself to become my default search engine, so I uninstalled it, but it was a lot of trouble to do so. Not sure if Firefox is worth all the hassle. Whenever I use it, I feel like a lion tamer, killing off one ad after another. Didn't have this trouble with MSIE, but then again, it wouldn't show videos either."
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