Can't watch video on FoxNews Insider

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Re: video

Works with me in Firefox. In IE it asked permission for twitter cookies, so I didn't start it.

Seems that something is blocking it with you. Since we don't know what software you have installed and what settings they have, it's impossible to tell what.

- Did it ever work on this machine?
- Does it work on another device (tablet, phone, laptop) using the same WiFi is this machine?

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FoxNewsInsider video not working

It has never worked on this machine - however, it does work on my iPad. I use Kaspersky (paid version) for protection. However, I'm not aware that I have any other protection or ad blocker on my PC. I don't see anything in Kaspersky's settings that would shut off Fox's video. Do you know what app FoxNews uses for their video? I don't even get a message suggesting I install a streaming app. I just get a black square with nothing inside. I really need to fix this!

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I'm on my new laptop.

And used to install Chrome, Firefox Quantum and Opera. I tested that link in Opera and it just works.

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Ad blocker?

Where would I look to possibly find an app that's causing this problem?

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Google like this.

Google -> How to list addons in my browsers?

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