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Watching videos online.

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#1 CascaLonginus


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Posted 12 December 2014 - 01:44 PM

Hi everyone,

I have a problem with certain web players when watching videos online.

This is only a problem on my Toshiba sattelite C655.

When I watch videos that use certain web players, the video is choppy, as in it constantly backs the video up for a split second over, and over again, it's like certain special effects people put in their videos where they repeat an action over, and over again, like the moment that things went bad that is backed up, and repeated several times, but with me this happens throughout the whole video.

Here is a link to a video that uses the player, or at least one of the players that I am having problems with.

This is surenews.com, it is a safe site that just puts a few news stories up every day.




This seems to have started with the latest update of that player, but I can't be positive on that.

There are several sites I visit that use this player, and they are all the same. I can watch youtube just fine, and videos on other sites that use other web players.

Like I said this is a problem with only my laptop. Other computers in the house are just fine.

It is windows 7, and I use firefox with adblock plus, ghostery, https everywhere, and no script, which I only use on certain sites.

I just reset the computer to the out of the box state to see if maybe I had a software issue, but the problem still persists.


I hope there is hope for my poor little laptop to be able to play these videos as I use this thing more often than not, so if you have any ideas please send them my way, so I can see if they will work.

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#2 hamluis



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Posted 12 December 2014 - 04:50 PM

Open Am I infected topic, http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/559505/norton-blocking-tosearchbiz-trojan/ .


This topic is closed until the AII forum topic is resolved/concluded.



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