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It sounds to me like your flash player installation is corrupted, in order to correct this you will need to uninstall the program and reinstall it again.
Go to Start -> Control Panel -> Programs
Proceed to click on Adobe Flash Player, then uninstall. Follow the prompts that come up and uninstall flash player. Your computer will most likely need to reboot, if so go ahead and do that, if not then you can move onto the next step.
Go to Adobe's site here http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/ and click on Download Now. A dialog box will open, download the file someplace easily accessed, such as your desktop. Certain web browsers may attempt to block the file from download, if this happens there should be a dialog box at the top of the website that will allow access for you to download from adobe's website, go ahead and click allow.
Once you have the file downloaded to your desktop, go ahead and double click the Adobe flash player icon and follow the subsequent dialog boxes, once flash is reinstalled you may once again have to restart your computer. Once this is all finished you should be able to play youtube videos again.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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