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Quicktime Problem in Firefox


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#1 jenko

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Posted 24 March 2007 - 06:13 PM

hi..got this problem in Firefox, all the media files and video wonīt load every time. iīm not sure how and when it started..i tried installing the quicktime plugin but it didnīt help solve the problem..but itīs working in IE. please help..i really like using firefox rather than IE now. any help will be much appreciated.

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#2 paws

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Posted 25 March 2007 - 03:04 AM

Hi Sorry to hear of the problem with your media files and video.
If you go here, it may help. (you may need to follow all the links)
http://forums.mozill...ic.php?t=206213
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#3 jenko

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Posted 25 March 2007 - 04:02 PM

hi paws..thanks so much for your help..i visited the forum that you suggested and i did exactly what they told me to do and now my firefox browser is working nicely..with all the flash and quicktime media playing in it. for anyone whoīs experiencing the same problem; hereīs what i did: Quicktime plugin takes over Flash If you see a Quicktime symbol with a question mark where the Flash content should be, it means that Quicktime has taken over handling of Flash files. Open the Quicktime Control Panel, select the Browser tab (or select "Browser Plug-in" from the drop-down menu in Quicktime 6 or earlier). Click the "Mime settings" button and uncheck "Flash media" or "Flash file" under "Miscellaneous" and restart your browser. If the problem persists, remove the file "pluginreg.dat" from the "Firefox" or "Mozilla" folder in the profile folder location. Additionally, remove any "npqt*.dll" files found in the Mozilla Suite or Firefox installation directory's plugins folder.

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Posted 26 March 2007 - 02:11 PM

Hi jenko, That's excellent news, well done on fixing it so quickly. Thanks also for your full report on the action you took, as in the future other folks, suffering from the same problem, will be able to learn from your experience. Regards paws
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