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CHAPLOW Morcilla Since: 14.5.04 From: right behind you Since last post: 344 days Last activity: 344 days # 1 Posted on 18.9.06 0720.30 | Instant Rating: 1.13 When I try to view some streaming video, like that at ebaumsworld.com for example, it says I need to get a plugin to view it. When I try to get the plugin it links me to- its the beta version of Windows Media Player 11 I get back on Mozilla after installing WMP11 and... it still says I need the plugin. watzupwitdat?! What else do I need to do to sync up the player with the browser? I didnt have this issue on my desktop, its here on my HP Pavilion dv9000 , if thats relevant. Id appreciate any help. Thank You. (edited by WhoTookMyHonor? on 18.9.06 0520) Promote this thread!
thecubsfan Scrapple Moderator Since: 10.12.01 From: Aurora, IL Since last post: 3 hours Last activity: 3 hours # 2 Posted on 18.9.06 1847.51 | Instant Rating: 10.00 I think this thread could help. - thecubsfan. com CMLLBlog
CHAPLOW Morcilla Since: 14.5.04 From: right behind you Since last post: 344 days Last activity: 344 days # 3 Posted on 18.9.06 2100.45 | Instant Rating: 1.13
ah, thank you very much. Luckily i had already rolled back to windows media player 10 (instinctively!) so that saves me that step of the process. "I'm tired of humans telling me what God thinks. If pandas told us what God thinks, we would all be eating bamboo!" -me during a serious religious debate
Gugs, I am no whiz like some of these boys, but do you get the pops in IE as well as Firefox? I was wondering if we had covered those bases. If not, a clean up of firefox and a reinstall might take less time than all this diagnostic insanity
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