My fullscreen is just not working
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Posted 7/13/10
This isn't a problem specifically for CR but all video sites.

My computer recently downloaded the new Flash Player and now when I put a video in fullscreen, I am only getting a blank white page but I can still hear the audio. I know it's working because the black bars are still there. I just cannot see the material. Please assist!
Posted 7/13/10

garfield15 wrote:

This isn't a problem specifically for CR but all video sites.

My computer recently downloaded the new Flash Player and now when I put a video in fullscreen, I am only getting a blank white page but I can still hear the audio. I know it's working because the black bars are still there. I just cannot see the material. Please assist!


not really a mod but what browser are you using? what are the specs on your computer? are you watching sd, 480p or 720p?
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Posted 7/13/10
I'm using Firefox (but it's happening on IE and Google Chrome too) and it's happening in every format SD and 480p.
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Posted 7/13/10
If you previously installed the Beta version of Adobe Flash 10.1, Adobe recommends that you do the following:

1) Uninstall Adobe Flash by downloading and running the Adobe Flash Uninstaller.
http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/141/tn_14157.html

2) Download and re-install the latest version of Adobe Flash.
http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/

If that doesn't help, please tell us what operating system you are using.
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Posted 7/13/10
Still didn't work. Uninstalled and re-installed the player.

I am using Windows XP Professional
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Posted 7/14/10
Um, I'm just wondering. So there's no way to fix?
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Posted 7/14/10
I haven't heard of this problem so I wouldn't know of a concrete fix for it.

The new hardware acceleration that is present in the latest version of Adobe Flash has caused problems for other people. I would suggest upgrading your Graphics Card's driver. If you don't know how to upgrade it, please tell me what Graphics Card you are using. Also, what type of display device is the computer hooked up to (model of the TV or computer Monitor)?
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Posted 7/15/10
I'm using NVIDIA GeForce4 420 Go for Sony.

This is a problem on my laptop so I guess computer monitor.
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Posted 7/15/10
That's an old Graphics Card but I wouldn't know exactly how that factors in to this problem. You may want to ask on an Adobe Flash forum where people would know more about this stuff or just uninstall and reinstall the previous version of Adobe Flash.
http://download.oldapps.com/Flash_Player/install_flash_player_10.0.45.2.exe
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