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#16 CilyPudi

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Posted 27 March 2008 - 02:48 AM

I deleted the GeForce4 keys, but I still get error on GV. I upped some screen shots if you're interested. And hey, check out the two keys that say "Shockwave 11 bad driver list" and see if you can get some info from that. I looked in the Adobe folder and there is not a readme file that has a list of bad drivers or anything, but the keys point to something helpful for sure I think. I'm not going to replace the deleted keys unless I start to have problems, but it's all good for now. okay, that's all (-:

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Posted 27 March 2008 - 03:47 AM

Hi B) Have you tried run it in safe-mode with network, to see if those video's will play? (remember to start your firewall and AV) I have some more suggestions at hand, but currently I am at work (Its 10:45am here in Denmark) but I'll get back to your issue as soon as I get home. Regards Abydos

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Posted 15 April 2008 - 12:56 AM

Finally resolved the problem with accessing Google Video.
It appears to have been related to a VBScript and Jscript that had
somehow become corrupted.
I stumbled upon the solution when a particular Windows update
refused to install after multiple attempts:

Security Update for Windows XP (KB944338)

So I began investigating and found this thread in a Google group related to the problematic update:

http://groups.google...f55f75a800fceee

So I followed the suggestion to download and run the "Windows Script 5.7 for Windows XP Home"
and had the same experience as the author of the thread.
Upon install and reboot, a visit to Windows update showed no updates
were now needed. And since this was related to the Jscript, I
immediately visited Google Video and all is working properly now.


Just wanted to post so this thread would not be left hanging
and perhaps help someone else. Thanx everyone who offered input for me.
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Posted 15 April 2008 - 04:14 AM

Pleased you resolved the issue and thanks for letting us know how :thumbup:.
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