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Vidio stopping

When playing a video clip online, The video will stop and I will get a white panel with a exclamation mark in a circle.
Sometimes I can right click that and refresh and can get the video to play, but mostly I can do nothing with it.
It happens with both IE10 and the latest Firefox.
I am using the Comcast version of Norton suite anti virus if that makes any difference.
Any advise would be appreciated

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I think Flash crashed.

In reply to: Vidio stopping

Try a common settings change and if it still crashes, talk to your PC's maker about repairs.


"Unfortunately, at this point your best solution is to leave hardware acceleration disabled"

And no, many folk are not running new PCs from May 2014 so I continue to disable this.

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Thanks Bob

In reply to: I think Flash crashed.

Will remove then re-install flash and check hardware acceleration.

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That was it.

In reply to: Thanks Bob

Thanks again Bob.
I removed and re-installed Adobe Flash player with the latest version. Disabled hardware acceleration and installed the latest graphics card drivers and all is well again.

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