I have just re-formatted my windows7 for the second time in about a week. everything is working as intended with exception to online flash videos. Youtube videos are functioning, because they are using HTML5 i suspect.
An interesting note: upon reformat and installing of my mobo drivers, i installed Avast AV and then went to animefreak.tv to check the functionality of my flash player. I was able to watch the latest episodes of Naruto Shippuden and then i got back to installing security addons for my Firefox browser. After doing this, my flash player is not opening videos on that same website i just mentioned, nor on primewire.ag (which i used without problems up until my re-format about a week ago).
I have not installed any WindowsUpdates, as right now i'm not sure that i won't re-format again to try this all over to eliminate this problem.
I am playing Star Trek Online right now, it is operating just fine, all other functions of my OS seem to be OK, just this flash video issue is all the problem that i can detect at the moment. I use my PC for browsing the web, investigating government intrusion into personal rights mainly, and also for recreation like video games and the aforementioned movie and anime viewing..
I suspect that my security addons to Firefox might be getting in the way of my flash video viewing.. I currently have 'play DRM content' disabled as snooping and tracking are my mortal enemies online..
I use Windows7 Home Premium,
firefox extensions: adblock plus, adblock plus popup addon, down them all, ghostery, noscript, popup controller, video downloadhelper, youtube high definition, avast security (disabled), and realplayer browser record plugin (disabled)
firefox plugins: openH264 codec from firefox, shockwave flash, vlc web plugin, intel identity protection technology (there are 2 of these in the list) Nvidia 3D Vision, Nvidia 3D VISION (a second copy but with capital lettering on 'vision'), RealJukebox NS Plugin, Realnetworks Chrome Background Extension, realPlayer Download Plugin, RealPlayer G2 LiveConnect-Enabled Plugin (32bit), Realplayer HTML5VideoShim Plugin (32bit), adobe acrobat (disabled), and ArcPlugin (disabled)
I hope that this wall of text is helpful rather than wasteful for you, and I greatly appreciate any help that you guys can render me.
my thanks in advance-
Edited by hamluis, 08 September 2015 - 07:46 PM.
Moved from Win 7 to Web Browsing/Email - Hamluis.