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Topic # 57152 4-Feb-2010 10:46
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so im having problems with youtube. the page isnt loading right, all the text and videos are stacked to the left of my browser and videos dont play.
im using firefox, also tried it in ie and have the same problem,just started hapening the other day
ive got the latest flash player and javascript is turned on etc.this is what it looks like below

any help would be great

thanks

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  Reply # 295999 4-Feb-2010 11:46
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Looks like the CSS (style) file for the site hasn't loaded.

It's weird that both IE and Firefox would be affected but try emptying the cache of both browsers.



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  Reply # 296000 4-Feb-2010 11:58
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yea nah still not working ,its just youtube, everything else seems to be working fine

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 296002 4-Feb-2010 12:09
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surferdude69: yea nah still not working ,its just youtube, everything else seems to be working fine


We are also having that issue here in our office, we're on Telecom broadband.  It's happening an all our machines, and all browsers.



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  Reply # 296005 4-Feb-2010 12:13
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yea just read this seems to be hapening to a few people
http://www.gpforums.co.nz/show...

im also on telecom aswell.

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  Reply # 296011 4-Feb-2010 12:25
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I have logged a fault, if you PM me your ref number with TCNZ and IP address I will get them linked




Hmmmm




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  Reply # 296026 4-Feb-2010 12:55
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rebooted the router and now its fixed

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  Reply # 296030 4-Feb-2010 13:01
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Lucky you




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  Reply # 296100 4-Feb-2010 15:46
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Working fine for me using Safari on Mac OS X 10.6 and Telecom Pro plan.

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  Reply # 296104 4-Feb-2010 15:55
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Had this issue for 3 days, was restarting my router via the web interface, but after I physically unplugged it for 2 mins, I can see YouTube properly again.

Thanks to Nate for pointing me in the right direction in the forums.


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  Reply # 296126 4-Feb-2010 17:00
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For the last few days with IE, firefox, i have had "An error occured please try again later". Now today i am having the same problem as the op. the youtube page looks very weird. i am on telecom 20gb plan.

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  Reply # 296132 4-Feb-2010 17:24
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youtube embedded videos on telecom seems to be broken too:

http://www.techcrunch.com/2010.../

http://www.crunchgear.com/2010.../

just a blank space where the video is meant to be for me.

what's going on telecom?

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  Reply # 296153 4-Feb-2010 18:51
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Could be a problem with their youtube cache? Has anyone tried to use opendns or googles dns servers?

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  Reply # 296164 4-Feb-2010 19:16
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I found this thread after experiencing the same symptoms, on any browser, and on any PC on my network.

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  Reply # 296165 4-Feb-2010 19:23
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Kill your router from mains power for a few mins, worked for me, and others.

Yet I wonder what Telecom are doing to cause this issue?

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  Reply # 296178 4-Feb-2010 19:48
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I tried that, and no change. I am on a Telecom 40Gb plan with a static IP. I first noticed a problem last night.

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