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YouTube doesn't work and need help

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#1 Mouflonrouge


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Posted 06 June 2018 - 04:29 AM

Hi guys,

I have this constant issue whereby my laptop is unable to play YouTubes and other videos.

When I click on to a video it will hang and eventually play after a couple of minutes without sound.

I have been solving it by restarting the Video Audio within services.msc

It does fix it, but the next day the exact same problem persists. 

I am running a Windows 10 PC with 16G RAM, and an NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 950M

How can I fix this frustrating problem?


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#2 MadmanRB



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Posted 06 June 2018 - 09:35 AM

What browser are you using?

You know you want me baby!

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Proud Vivaldi user.



#3 Mouflonrouge

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Posted 06 June 2018 - 05:14 PM

What browser are you using?

I am using Vivaldi Browser.


But I have tried Opera, Mozilla and Chrome and get the same thing.


I also noticed that logging off and back in fixes it for a bit but after a couple of days the same thing happens.


I think it might be a Windows 10 issue.

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