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    Maximus IX Code Youtube videos Glitching

    I am having this problem with YouTube videos. They either buzz then stop or the audio distorts and keeps running and the video stops but then it will go back to normal. I have the latest audio and graphics drivers and my Bios is up to date, have run 2 different tests on my RAM nothing wrong there.. I have run malware and virus scans nothing. Run several stress tests and bench marks on my graphics nothing there. Here are my Specs if that will help. http://speccy.piriform.com/results/Z...Vc41svsmZ4RuBz

    I have spent many hours trying to pin this down. I am open to ideas. Oh, and this happens on Chrome or Firefox



    Thank you for taking the time to read this and hopefully give me a solution..

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    First three ideas that come to mind (and you may have already done these):

    - Update your flash plugins
    - Clear all cache
    - Reset your router and modem, and any extenders you may have

    Also, whatever virus protection you are running, be sure you allow it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by davemon50 View Post
    First three ideas that come to mind (and you may have already done these):

    - Update your flash plugins
    - Clear all cache
    - Reset your router and modem, and any extenders you may have

    Also, whatever virus protection you are running, be sure you allow it.
    Thank you for responding.. I did all that abut I found out what was doing it. WMPnvse.exe I found a patch over on the Windows fourm and applied it so I'll see is this works..

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