Youtube not working on ANY browser...

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  1. MerolaC

    MerolaC Ancient Guru

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    Tried Opera?
     
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    scoutingwraith Ancient Guru

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    Windows 8.1 should have a "windows Mobility Center" within the Control Panel. However i think that the way Windows 10 handles the issue is by using 2 different Power profiles which essentially can be done and created within 8.1. Just that they made a dedicated function for it.
     
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    Is JavaScript and Plug-ins by default enabled in your browser?
     
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    EspHack Ancient Guru

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    that's w10 only, I believe it does more than adjust power profiles, it stops most if not all of the new modern apps and background tasks that constantly haunt your cpu and leaves it working like a barebones w7 pc
     

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    Just remembered about another weird issue with youtube not working on multiple machines, for no reason

    Cut a long story short, having no speakers connected the the board was the issue for some retarded reason, connecting speakers fixed it

    What's your audio setup?
     
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    kanej2007 Ancient Guru

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    Yes it is enabled. Even shortly after formatting and reinstalling Windows 10 the issue soon started!! This is why I've gone back to Windows 8.1 Pro.

    I'm using the standard laptop speakers which are the usual Realtek...

    Nope. I tried Internet Explorer, Google Chrome & Firefox. All have the same issue.

    That said, after formatting and going back to Windows 8.1, I couldn't be any happier...

    As nexxusting mentioned, it seems to be a driver issue/bug in Windows 10...

    Still puzzles me that even after trying a reformat and clean installation of Windows 10, the issue shortly started after several minutes of use...

    Not an issue since I've downgraded to Windows 8.1 Pro & I'm very happy with it and not had any issues what so ever.
     

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