Cant Play Videos in my Mozilla

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Good day!

Ive been using Internet Explorer as my web browser and Im not satisfied of it so I switched to Mozilla Firefox.

I managed to download the installer from the Internet and is now installed on my PC.

The problem is that when I go to Youtube, all videos are unable to play.

Is there something wrong with my Mozilla Firefox I installed from the Internet?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #100591

Cant Play Videos in my Mozilla


Hi Jesdale,

Indeed, internet explorer is quite a “bad” web browser to a lot of users including me. Anyway, being unable to play a video with Mozilla must mean that you are missing something. It must be a plug-in, an application, etc.. Well, to clear up your problem, we must consider everything a possibility of repairing it for what you stated is too undetailed. Anyway, just try any of these:

Solution 1:

The latest Adobe Flash Player may not be installed. Download it from adobe’s site. This is the link.

Solution 2:

Javascript maybe is not enabled. To enable it:

1. In the menu bar, click tools.

2. Go to Options.

3. Click Content.

4. Click Enable Javascript.

Solution 3:

Sometimes, missing plug-in is the one responsible for this especially when it comes to certain types of code. Try downloading this code from this link.

Mathew Joni


Answered By 0 points N/A #100592

Cant Play Videos in my Mozilla


Hi, in order to play youtube or other videos on mozilla firefox browser, you need to check if you have installed flash plugins for firefox.

You need to download the and make sure you have the plugins in order for you to play any other videos like youtube, you can download this plugins in adobe site and make sure you have the flash plugins for mozilla.

Then after you finish installing just restart your computer and restart your mozilla firefox browser and you should have no problem playing any videos once you updated your adobe flash plugins.

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