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Have you tried other browsers?
Thanks for the suggestion, Dafydd. I will. Isn't Chrome sort of mainstream? Not eager to change just to see Brian Cooley. BTW Flash is up to date.
I just tried a video with Firefox (latest), and fine.
using Win 10, fully updated.
Now that happened to a friend.
What was it. They ignored my advice about uninstalled the antivirus and firewall before the W10 upgrade. Had to do that after plus a few browser resets, reboots to clear it up.
What was happen with FF and Chrome is
they have put restrictions on Java and Flash use. Chrome has it's own flash player built in that is enabled and some flash videos have problems. FF and Chrome because of the recent same day malware attacks through Java and Flash are tightening their security.
Bridget Carey or Google?
Sounds like I have to choose between CNET and Chrome? This is hard to believe.
Microsoft Edges out Chrome?
Yup, Edge browser works. Gotta hear what the Google peeps have to say.
Thanks for reporting this BoomrBil.
Our development team is looking into this. We have had similar complaints just recently with Chrome not playing videos and it is not limited to Windows 10.
I will update you as soon as they figure out what the problem is.
The Development Team. Oh My...
I don't think it's hardware.Running Win10+Chrome on 3 different CPUs. Most likely it's my Chrome setup. I've disabled my adblockers for CNet. Maybe it's Brian Tong's hair?
End of Story. Google extension Avira removed. Problem solved.
Thank you, Paula at Google Chrome Help Forum