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Help! When I try to comment something on Youtube, nothing happens?

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Answer #1 | 30/12 2013 01:25
Most likely you have been infected by adware. There are many reasons to this actually, and here they are: -Adware -Your channel has been flagged -Your computer is infected
Answer #2 | 30/12 2013 06:59
HERE IS THE SOLUTION -- as proven by these ''chosen" Best Answers I've gotten. (Take a look at the ''Asker's Rating" and "feedback comments" that they gave me.) http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20131116110726AA1kZcb http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20131128074747AAQhwtD The problem is with your "Cookies''.  YouTube and Google+ are two totally different websites.  From the YouTube point-of-view, Google is a ''third party'' -- and from the Google point-of view, YouTube is a "third party".  You might think "Who cares'', but.... If you have ''Block third-party cookies'' ENABLED, or if you have ''Accept third-party cookies'' DISABLED -- then you will need "Exceptions" for both YouTube & Google: →  Chrome menu (≡ or wrench)  →  "Settings" in the box "Search settings"  →  type "cookies" (without quotes) under "Privacy"  →  "Content settings" under "Cookies"  →  either uncheck "Block third-party cookies"  →  "Close"     or     check "Block third-party cookies and site data"  →  "Manage exceptions"     under "Hostname pattern:"  →  type "youtube.com" (without quotes)  →  ''Allow"     also type "google.com" (without quotes)  →  "Allow"     →  "Done"  →  "Close" →  "Firefox▼"  →  "Options►"  →  "Privacy" [tab] to the right of "Firefox will:"  →  "Use custom settings for history" to the right of "Accept third-party cookies:"  →  "Always"  →  "OK"     or     to the right of "Accept third-party cookies:"  →  "Never"  →  "Exceptions"     under "Address of website" →  type "youtube.com" (without quotes)  →  "Allow"     also type "google.com" (without quotes)  →  "Allow"     →  "Close"  →  "OK" Refresh your YouTube page, and there you go!! :-) You can also view this video about Chrome.  My link automatically starts it at 1:20: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWw5qTQ3IB4#t=1m20s The video also shows Firefox:  My same-looking link automatically starts it at 3:30: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWw5qTQ3IB4#t=3m30s

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