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nooneimportant
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      01-27-2006
Have firefox 1.5 installed on two XP machines, a laptop running XP pro, and
a desktop running MCE2005. The installation on the laptop is working
flawlessly, no problems with video playback or anything, and very very very
very few rendering issues. The desktop installation on the otherhand is
GREAT for the average website, but absolutely can not handle flash or video
files. An example is the foxnews.com website, i can read any article on the
page, yet the "video" articles that load a seperate window for plaback do
not display video. This is true for ANY site featureing video. Flash is
also a nogo, it can not install the plugin, and manual installation of
plugin fails as well. My IE based AVANTbrowser handles these sites just
fine, complete wiht flash and video playback, however being that AVANT is an
IE wrapper I have had a few security issues, fortunately caught by Panda.

I have tried uninstall of firefox, deletion of all mozilla registry
extensions, reinstall, no joy. Any other ideas?




 
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Leonidas Jones
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      01-28-2006
nooneimportant wrote:
> Have firefox 1.5 installed on two XP machines, a laptop running XP pro, and
> a desktop running MCE2005. The installation on the laptop is working
> flawlessly, no problems with video playback or anything, and very very very
> very few rendering issues. The desktop installation on the otherhand is
> GREAT for the average website, but absolutely can not handle flash or video
> files. An example is the foxnews.com website, i can read any article on the
> page, yet the "video" articles that load a seperate window for plaback do
> not display video. This is true for ANY site featureing video. Flash is
> also a nogo, it can not install the plugin, and manual installation of
> plugin fails as well. My IE based AVANTbrowser handles these sites just
> fine, complete wiht flash and video playback, however being that AVANT is an
> IE wrapper I have had a few security issues, fortunately caught by Panda.
>
> I have tried uninstall of firefox, deletion of all mozilla registry
> extensions, reinstall, no joy. Any other ideas?


Have you tried starting Firefox in Safe Mode, or creating a new profile?

Type aboutlugings to your location bar, and see what it has to say
about flash and media plugins. Compare this with the readout on your
laptop.

Lee
 
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      01-28-2006

"Leonidas Jones" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> nooneimportant wrote:
>> Have firefox 1.5 installed on two XP machines, a laptop running XP pro,
>> and a desktop running MCE2005. The installation on the laptop is working
>> flawlessly, no problems with video playback or anything, and very very
>> very very few rendering issues. The desktop installation on the otherhand
>> is GREAT for the average website, but absolutely can not handle flash or
>> video files. An example is the foxnews.com website, i can read any
>> article on the page, yet the "video" articles that load a seperate window
>> for plaback do not display video. This is true for ANY site featureing
>> video. Flash is also a nogo, it can not install the plugin, and manual
>> installation of plugin fails as well. My IE based AVANTbrowser handles
>> these sites just fine, complete wiht flash and video playback, however
>> being that AVANT is an IE wrapper I have had a few security issues,
>> fortunately caught by Panda.
>>
>> I have tried uninstall of firefox, deletion of all mozilla registry
>> extensions, reinstall, no joy. Any other ideas?

>
> Have you tried starting Firefox in Safe Mode, or creating a new profile?
>
> Type aboutlugings to your location bar, and see what it has to say about
> flash and media plugins. Compare this with the readout on your laptop.
>


Safe mode doesn't help, nor does a new profile.
All entries for shockwave and flash show approrpaite extensions (.swf) and
are enabled....

Tho it has NUMEROUS entries for the JAVA platform, seems every revision has
entries..

Now the laptop DOES HAVE media player plugins isntalled in it.... that i
dont' see on the PC...






 
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Leonidas Jones
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      01-28-2006
nooneimportant wrote:
> "Leonidas Jones" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> news:VfOCf.560486$(E-Mail Removed)...
>
>>nooneimportant wrote:
>>
>>>Have firefox 1.5 installed on two XP machines, a laptop running XP pro,
>>>and a desktop running MCE2005. The installation on the laptop is working
>>>flawlessly, no problems with video playback or anything, and very very
>>>very very few rendering issues. The desktop installation on the otherhand
>>>is GREAT for the average website, but absolutely can not handle flash or
>>>video files. An example is the foxnews.com website, i can read any
>>>article on the page, yet the "video" articles that load a seperate window
>>>for plaback do not display video. This is true for ANY site featureing
>>>video. Flash is also a nogo, it can not install the plugin, and manual
>>>installation of plugin fails as well. My IE based AVANTbrowser handles
>>>these sites just fine, complete wiht flash and video playback, however
>>>being that AVANT is an IE wrapper I have had a few security issues,
>>>fortunately caught by Panda.
>>>
>>>I have tried uninstall of firefox, deletion of all mozilla registry
>>>extensions, reinstall, no joy. Any other ideas?

>>
>>Have you tried starting Firefox in Safe Mode, or creating a new profile?
>>
>>Type aboutlugings to your location bar, and see what it has to say about
>>flash and media plugins. Compare this with the readout on your laptop.
>>

>
>
> Safe mode doesn't help, nor does a new profile.
> All entries for shockwave and flash show approrpaite extensions (.swf) and
> are enabled....
>
> Tho it has NUMEROUS entries for the JAVA platform, seems every revision has
> entries..
>
> Now the laptop DOES HAVE media player plugins isntalled in it.... that i
> dont' see on the PC...
>


Rename the plugins folder in the program files on the desktop. Copy the
plugins folder from the laptop and paste into the program folder on the
desktop.

Start Firefox. If it works, great, if not, you can go back to square one.

Lee
 
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nooneimportant
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      01-28-2006
Still no joy....


"Leonidas Jones" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
news:7EPCf.305713$(E-Mail Removed)...
> nooneimportant wrote:
>> "Leonidas Jones" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
>> news:VfOCf.560486$(E-Mail Removed)...
>>
>>>nooneimportant wrote:
>>>
>>>>Have firefox 1.5 installed on two XP machines, a laptop running XP pro,
>>>>and a desktop running MCE2005. The installation on the laptop is
>>>>working flawlessly, no problems with video playback or anything, and
>>>>very very very very few rendering issues. The desktop installation on
>>>>the otherhand is GREAT for the average website, but absolutely can not
>>>>handle flash or video files. An example is the foxnews.com website, i
>>>>can read any article on the page, yet the "video" articles that load a
>>>>seperate window for plaback do not display video. This is true for ANY
>>>>site featureing video. Flash is also a nogo, it can not install the
>>>>plugin, and manual installation of plugin fails as well. My IE based
>>>>AVANTbrowser handles these sites just fine, complete wiht flash and
>>>>video playback, however being that AVANT is an IE wrapper I have had a
>>>>few security issues, fortunately caught by Panda.
>>>>
>>>>I have tried uninstall of firefox, deletion of all mozilla registry
>>>>extensions, reinstall, no joy. Any other ideas?
>>>
>>>Have you tried starting Firefox in Safe Mode, or creating a new profile?
>>>
>>>Type aboutlugings to your location bar, and see what it has to say
>>>about flash and media plugins. Compare this with the readout on your
>>>laptop.
>>>

>>
>>
>> Safe mode doesn't help, nor does a new profile.
>> All entries for shockwave and flash show approrpaite extensions (.swf)
>> and are enabled....
>>
>> Tho it has NUMEROUS entries for the JAVA platform, seems every revision
>> has entries..
>>
>> Now the laptop DOES HAVE media player plugins isntalled in it.... that i
>> dont' see on the PC...
>>

>
> Rename the plugins folder in the program files on the desktop. Copy the
> plugins folder from the laptop and paste into the program folder on the
> desktop.
>
> Start Firefox. If it works, great, if not, you can go back to square one.
>
> Lee
>




 
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Leonidas Jones
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      01-28-2006
nooneimportant wrote:
> Still no joy....
>
>
> "Leonidas Jones" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> news:7EPCf.305713$(E-Mail Removed)...
>> nooneimportant wrote:
>>> "Leonidas Jones" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
>>> news:VfOCf.560486$(E-Mail Removed)...
>>>
>>>> nooneimportant wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> Have firefox 1.5 installed on two XP machines, a laptop running XP pro,
>>>>> and a desktop running MCE2005. The installation on the laptop is
>>>>> working flawlessly, no problems with video playback or anything, and
>>>>> very very very very few rendering issues. The desktop installation on
>>>>> the otherhand is GREAT for the average website, but absolutely can not
>>>>> handle flash or video files. An example is the foxnews.com website, i
>>>>> can read any article on the page, yet the "video" articles that load a
>>>>> seperate window for plaback do not display video. This is true for ANY
>>>>> site featureing video. Flash is also a nogo, it can not install the
>>>>> plugin, and manual installation of plugin fails as well. My IE based
>>>>> AVANTbrowser handles these sites just fine, complete wiht flash and
>>>>> video playback, however being that AVANT is an IE wrapper I have had a
>>>>> few security issues, fortunately caught by Panda.
>>>>>
>>>>> I have tried uninstall of firefox, deletion of all mozilla registry
>>>>> extensions, reinstall, no joy. Any other ideas?
>>>> Have you tried starting Firefox in Safe Mode, or creating a new profile?
>>>>
>>>> Type aboutlugings to your location bar, and see what it has to say
>>>> about flash and media plugins. Compare this with the readout on your
>>>> laptop.
>>>>
>>>
>>> Safe mode doesn't help, nor does a new profile.
>>> All entries for shockwave and flash show approrpaite extensions (.swf)
>>> and are enabled....
>>>
>>> Tho it has NUMEROUS entries for the JAVA platform, seems every revision
>>> has entries..
>>>
>>> Now the laptop DOES HAVE media player plugins isntalled in it.... that i
>>> dont' see on the PC...
>>>

>> Rename the plugins folder in the program files on the desktop. Copy the
>> plugins folder from the laptop and paste into the program folder on the
>> desktop.
>>
>> Start Firefox. If it works, great, if not, you can go back to square one.
>>
>> Lee
>>

>
>
>


Have you tried reinstalling Flash and your media player?

Lee
 
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nooneimportant
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      01-29-2006

"Leonidas Jones" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> nooneimportant wrote:
>> Still no joy....
>>
>>
>> "Leonidas Jones" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
>> news:7EPCf.305713$(E-Mail Removed)...
>>> nooneimportant wrote:
>>>> "Leonidas Jones" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
>>>> news:VfOCf.560486$(E-Mail Removed)...
>>>>
>>>>> nooneimportant wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> Have firefox 1.5 installed on two XP machines, a laptop running XP
>>>>>> pro, and a desktop running MCE2005. The installation on the laptop
>>>>>> is working flawlessly, no problems with video playback or anything,
>>>>>> and very very very very few rendering issues. The desktop
>>>>>> installation on the otherhand is GREAT for the average website, but
>>>>>> absolutely can not handle flash or video files. An example is the
>>>>>> foxnews.com website, i can read any article on the page, yet the
>>>>>> "video" articles that load a seperate window for plaback do not
>>>>>> display video. This is true for ANY site featureing video. Flash is
>>>>>> also a nogo, it can not install the plugin, and manual installation
>>>>>> of plugin fails as well. My IE based AVANTbrowser handles these
>>>>>> sites just fine, complete wiht flash and video playback, however
>>>>>> being that AVANT is an IE wrapper I have had a few security issues,
>>>>>> fortunately caught by Panda.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I have tried uninstall of firefox, deletion of all mozilla registry
>>>>>> extensions, reinstall, no joy. Any other ideas?
>>>>> Have you tried starting Firefox in Safe Mode, or creating a new
>>>>> profile?
>>>>>
>>>>> Type aboutlugings to your location bar, and see what it has to say
>>>>> about flash and media plugins. Compare this with the readout on your
>>>>> laptop.
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Safe mode doesn't help, nor does a new profile.
>>>> All entries for shockwave and flash show approrpaite extensions (.swf)
>>>> and are enabled....
>>>>
>>>> Tho it has NUMEROUS entries for the JAVA platform, seems every revision
>>>> has entries..
>>>>
>>>> Now the laptop DOES HAVE media player plugins isntalled in it.... that
>>>> i dont' see on the PC...
>>>>
>>> Rename the plugins folder in the program files on the desktop. Copy the
>>> plugins folder from the laptop and paste into the program folder on the
>>> desktop.
>>>
>>> Start Firefox. If it works, great, if not, you can go back to square
>>> one.
>>>
>>> Lee
>>>

>>
>>
>>

>
> Have you tried reinstalling Flash and your media player?
>
> Lee



Yup, strangely tho flash refuses to install, the process is visible in the
processes tab, but it doesn't do anything but sit there. Also noticing now
Napster and Yahoo Music crash left and right... wonder if it may be
something else going on...



 
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Leonidas Jones
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      01-29-2006
nooneimportant wrote:
> "Leonidas Jones" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> news:V0TCf.306235$(E-Mail Removed)...
>> nooneimportant wrote:
>>> Still no joy....
>>>
>>>
>>> "Leonidas Jones" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
>>> news:7EPCf.305713$(E-Mail Removed)...
>>>> nooneimportant wrote:
>>>>> "Leonidas Jones" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
>>>>> news:VfOCf.560486$(E-Mail Removed)...
>>>>>
>>>>>> nooneimportant wrote:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Have firefox 1.5 installed on two XP machines, a laptop running XP
>>>>>>> pro, and a desktop running MCE2005. The installation on the laptop
>>>>>>> is working flawlessly, no problems with video playback or anything,
>>>>>>> and very very very very few rendering issues. The desktop
>>>>>>> installation on the otherhand is GREAT for the average website, but
>>>>>>> absolutely can not handle flash or video files. An example is the
>>>>>>> foxnews.com website, i can read any article on the page, yet the
>>>>>>> "video" articles that load a seperate window for plaback do not
>>>>>>> display video. This is true for ANY site featureing video. Flash is
>>>>>>> also a nogo, it can not install the plugin, and manual installation
>>>>>>> of plugin fails as well. My IE based AVANTbrowser handles these
>>>>>>> sites just fine, complete wiht flash and video playback, however
>>>>>>> being that AVANT is an IE wrapper I have had a few security issues,
>>>>>>> fortunately caught by Panda.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> I have tried uninstall of firefox, deletion of all mozilla registry
>>>>>>> extensions, reinstall, no joy. Any other ideas?
>>>>>> Have you tried starting Firefox in Safe Mode, or creating a new
>>>>>> profile?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Type aboutlugings to your location bar, and see what it has to say
>>>>>> about flash and media plugins. Compare this with the readout on your
>>>>>> laptop.
>>>>>>
>>>>> Safe mode doesn't help, nor does a new profile.
>>>>> All entries for shockwave and flash show approrpaite extensions (.swf)
>>>>> and are enabled....
>>>>>
>>>>> Tho it has NUMEROUS entries for the JAVA platform, seems every revision
>>>>> has entries..
>>>>>
>>>>> Now the laptop DOES HAVE media player plugins isntalled in it.... that
>>>>> i dont' see on the PC...
>>>>>
>>>> Rename the plugins folder in the program files on the desktop. Copy the
>>>> plugins folder from the laptop and paste into the program folder on the
>>>> desktop.
>>>>
>>>> Start Firefox. If it works, great, if not, you can go back to square
>>>> one.
>>>>
>>>> Lee
>>>>
>>>
>>>

>> Have you tried reinstalling Flash and your media player?
>>
>> Lee

>
>
> Yup, strangely tho flash refuses to install, the process is visible in the
> processes tab, but it doesn't do anything but sit there. Also noticing now
> Napster and Yahoo Music crash left and right... wonder if it may be
> something else going on...
>
>
>


I'm grasping at straws, but try renaming pluginreg.dat, in your profile
folder. Restart FF.

Lee
 
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      01-30-2006

"Leonidas Jones" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> nooneimportant wrote:
>> "Leonidas Jones" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
>> news:V0TCf.306235$(E-Mail Removed)...
>>> nooneimportant wrote:
>>>> Still no joy....
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> "Leonidas Jones" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
>>>> news:7EPCf.305713$(E-Mail Removed)...
>>>>> nooneimportant wrote:
>>>>>> "Leonidas Jones" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
>>>>>> news:VfOCf.560486$(E-Mail Removed)...
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> nooneimportant wrote:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Have firefox 1.5 installed on two XP machines, a laptop running XP
>>>>>>>> pro, and a desktop running MCE2005. The installation on the laptop
>>>>>>>> is working flawlessly, no problems with video playback or anything,
>>>>>>>> and very very very very few rendering issues. The desktop
>>>>>>>> installation on the otherhand is GREAT for the average website, but
>>>>>>>> absolutely can not handle flash or video files. An example is the
>>>>>>>> foxnews.com website, i can read any article on the page, yet the
>>>>>>>> "video" articles that load a seperate window for plaback do not
>>>>>>>> display video. This is true for ANY site featureing video. Flash
>>>>>>>> is also a nogo, it can not install the plugin, and manual
>>>>>>>> installation of plugin fails as well. My IE based AVANTbrowser
>>>>>>>> handles these sites just fine, complete wiht flash and video
>>>>>>>> playback, however being that AVANT is an IE wrapper I have had a
>>>>>>>> few security issues, fortunately caught by Panda.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> I have tried uninstall of firefox, deletion of all mozilla registry
>>>>>>>> extensions, reinstall, no joy. Any other ideas?
>>>>>>> Have you tried starting Firefox in Safe Mode, or creating a new
>>>>>>> profile?
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Type aboutlugings to your location bar, and see what it has to say
>>>>>>> about flash and media plugins. Compare this with the readout on
>>>>>>> your laptop.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>> Safe mode doesn't help, nor does a new profile.
>>>>>> All entries for shockwave and flash show approrpaite extensions
>>>>>> (.swf) and are enabled....
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Tho it has NUMEROUS entries for the JAVA platform, seems every
>>>>>> revision has entries..
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Now the laptop DOES HAVE media player plugins isntalled in it....
>>>>>> that i dont' see on the PC...
>>>>>>
>>>>> Rename the plugins folder in the program files on the desktop. Copy
>>>>> the plugins folder from the laptop and paste into the program folder
>>>>> on the desktop.
>>>>>
>>>>> Start Firefox. If it works, great, if not, you can go back to square
>>>>> one.
>>>>>
>>>>> Lee
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>> Have you tried reinstalling Flash and your media player?
>>>
>>> Lee

>>
>>
>> Yup, strangely tho flash refuses to install, the process is visible in
>> the processes tab, but it doesn't do anything but sit there. Also
>> noticing now Napster and Yahoo Music crash left and right... wonder if it
>> may be something else going on...
>>
>>
>>

>
> I'm grasping at straws, but try renaming pluginreg.dat, in your profile
> folder. Restart FF.
>
> Lee
>


Strange, completely killed registry entires again, deleted profiles, deleted
teh firefox folders and reinstalled again. Still no video function UNLESS
i run in safe mode... safe mode now has video and flash... strange...



 
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      01-30-2006
nooneimportant wrote:

> "Leonidas Jones" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> news:CrWCf.562811$(E-Mail Removed)...
>
>>nooneimportant wrote:
>>
>>>"Leonidas Jones" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
>>>news:V0TCf.306235$(E-Mail Removed)...
>>>
>>>>nooneimportant wrote:
>>>>
>>>>>Still no joy....
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>"Leonidas Jones" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
>>>>>news:7EPCf.305713$(E-Mail Removed)...
>>>>>
>>>>>>nooneimportant wrote:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>>"Leonidas Jones" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
>>>>>>>news:VfOCf.560486$(E-Mail Removed)...
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>nooneimportant wrote:
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>Have firefox 1.5 installed on two XP machines, a laptop running XP
>>>>>>>>>pro, and a desktop running MCE2005. The installation on the laptop
>>>>>>>>>is working flawlessly, no problems with video playback or anything,
>>>>>>>>>and very very very very few rendering issues. The desktop
>>>>>>>>>installation on the otherhand is GREAT for the average website, but
>>>>>>>>>absolutely can not handle flash or video files. An example is the
>>>>>>>>>foxnews.com website, i can read any article on the page, yet the
>>>>>>>>>"video" articles that load a seperate window for plaback do not
>>>>>>>>>display video. This is true for ANY site featureing video. Flash
>>>>>>>>>is also a nogo, it can not install the plugin, and manual
>>>>>>>>>installation of plugin fails as well. My IE based AVANTbrowser
>>>>>>>>>handles these sites just fine, complete wiht flash and video
>>>>>>>>>playback, however being that AVANT is an IE wrapper I have had a
>>>>>>>>>few security issues, fortunately caught by Panda.
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>I have tried uninstall of firefox, deletion of all mozilla registry
>>>>>>>>>extensions, reinstall, no joy. Any other ideas?
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>Have you tried starting Firefox in Safe Mode, or creating a new
>>>>>>>>profile?
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>Type aboutlugings to your location bar, and see what it has to say
>>>>>>>>about flash and media plugins. Compare this with the readout on
>>>>>>>>your laptop.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>Safe mode doesn't help, nor does a new profile.
>>>>>>>All entries for shockwave and flash show approrpaite extensions
>>>>>>>(.swf) and are enabled....
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>Tho it has NUMEROUS entries for the JAVA platform, seems every
>>>>>>>revision has entries..
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>Now the laptop DOES HAVE media player plugins isntalled in it....
>>>>>>>that i dont' see on the PC...
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Rename the plugins folder in the program files on the desktop. Copy
>>>>>>the plugins folder from the laptop and paste into the program folder
>>>>>>on the desktop.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Start Firefox. If it works, great, if not, you can go back to square
>>>>>>one.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Lee
>>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>Have you tried reinstalling Flash and your media player?
>>>>
>>>>Lee
>>>
>>>
>>>Yup, strangely tho flash refuses to install, the process is visible in
>>>the processes tab, but it doesn't do anything but sit there. Also
>>>noticing now Napster and Yahoo Music crash left and right... wonder if it
>>>may be something else going on...
>>>
>>>
>>>

>>
>>I'm grasping at straws, but try renaming pluginreg.dat, in your profile
>>folder. Restart FF.
>>
>>Lee
>>

>
>
> Strange, completely killed registry entires again, deleted profiles, deleted
> teh firefox folders and reinstalled again. Still no video function UNLESS
> i run in safe mode... safe mode now has video and flash... strange...
>
>
>

When you run in safe mode, then all extensions are disabled, so that
might be your problem. What extensions do you have installed?
 
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