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Videos wont play, pages load weird

Hi, I have a problem and its driving me crazy for a few months now. Some pages online load weird, like some pictures wont load, everything is messed up. Also, videos on some sites wont load either(youtube videos load fine). Videos like on some newspaper site, adult sites... I reinstalled adobe flash player, and that seems not to be the problem, java wont install, it says "C:\Users\Korisnik\AppData\Local\Temp\bvOcLvuU.exe.part could not be saved, because the source file could not be read". I tried in all browsers, IE, Chrome, Mozzila. Does anybody know what is going on? Oh, and this started one day, it just said shockwave crashed and i tried to go again on that sites and videos wont play, but shockwave crashed few times earlier and i worked after that, but not the last time. I dont know if this has to do anything with my problem, but i figured i will just say everything i can remember. Sorry for bad english, its not my native language.
Thanks in advance

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When you have various problems like this, a common way is to go back to factory conditions and start over. Be sure you have a good backup of your own files.

Kees

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And how exactly do i do that?

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