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What would make my Flash player stop working?

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Answer #1 | 19/12 2013 19:21
Please confirm the following: Is your Windows, Adobe flash player, Adobe Shockwave player, Java and Browser updated? If not please do. Before update you should clear internet cookies and history. After following above guidelines you should not face problem. Additional: always keep windows and drivers updated as well.
Answer #2 | 23/12 2013 06:14
a BLACK and EMPTY screen means your Cache, Memory or PageFiling are filled-up and can't take any more -- or you may have conflicting ''cookies''.  Simply delete your Cache, Cookies and History; then clear your Memory with a shutdown & fresh reboot. Afterwards, you'll freak at how good and trouble-free your YouTube will be. Other possibilities + solutions: -- Turn off your modem AND router for 30 seconds, and then turn them back on again. -- Right-click any video, click "Settings" and uncheck "Enable Hardware Acceleration". -- Disable any Adblocking software, play a video; then you can re-enable the Adblock. -- You may have a conflict with another Player (like Mozilla Shumway or Real Player).    If that's the case, disable/uninstall it, and when you'd like it back, simply reinstall it. -- Disable your AV utility while on YouTube, since you can't get a virus from YouTube. -- You may unknowingly be using ''HTML5'' rather than "Flash''. To be sure, click here    http://www.youtube.com/html5 and opt out. :-)

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