I have been finding a script collapse along the lines of ytimg.com

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Hello experts

I don’t utilize flash player however a few YouTube videos will able to play on my PC because of I feel its html5 or like this.

The problems I have got all day are because I was upgrading to Firefox 14 from 13. I have been finding a script collapse along the lines of ytimg.com.

Also the browser states it’s stopped reacting as well as its originating Firefox to put away.

I have noscript and it is running. However it’s set to let the script. But i was in doubt if anybody else getting this issue.


As a result I worked on another PC and then updated this browser as well as tried to the similar video but got the similar issue.

EDIT 2::

I forgot to include that the first PC is using 7 (windows) (home premium) and the second PC is using windows xp pro as well as also has flash player set up.

But still I find the same error.

Here is the video I am having the problem on www.youtube.com/watch?v=3WbKWTRyonc


As a result there’s one more script error message too.

Warning: Unresponsive script

A script on this page may be busy, or it may have stopped responding. You can stop the script now or you can continue to see if the script will complete.

Script: http://s.yting.com/yt/jsbin/htmlplayer-vflGWjijH.js:58

Don't ask me again

Continue Stop Script

I need a solution of this error. Please help.

Thanks a lot.

Answered By 0 points N/A #148175

I have been finding a script collapse along the lines of ytimg.com


Hello Zachary,

That error could be occurring due to a bug in the browser, and therefore you will need to try the following workarounds:

  • First of try clearing the browser Cache, history and other preferences as follows:
  • If you're using Firefox, go to Tools.
  • After that click on "Clear recent history".
  • In the window that will open, mark all checkboxes and then clear.

If that does not resolve the issue, you will need to go to the control panel and uninstall the browser. After that get another setup and then install it. Before you reinstall run CCleaner to get rid of any registry issues on your computer.




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