Solved Watching video on youtube doesn't work properly.

March 24, 2014 at 18:42:51
Specs: Windows 7, 4gb
The video even when it download its complete size it does th
I have a weird problem with watching videos on youtube.
I tested every browsers, and is not the browsers causing it.

Video on youtube and other sites acts slow and when I watch it. it stops randomly and does the "loading buffer symbol"

When I download a video from youtube and watch it the video image about half way or so freezes and the button of the VLC player does dunno what you call it "hom" when you move the button to search the video (button that moves with the video timer).

Been doing it since I started to install addon to my chrome to disable/block this unremovable adware hijacker thing called RemmoveeAdsTuBBe.
addon I put to fight off this adware and protect myself were.

Adblock Plus 1.7.4
DoNotTrackMe: Online Privacy Protection 3.2.1081
Hide My IP Pro
Safe Preview 2.0.0

Even when I disable them it doesn't change the video issues.

So what to do to fix this issues so I watch videos properly again.
Does that on every browsers not just Chrome.

Comp is
4GB ram, 2.7 ghz dualcore , Window 7 home premium.


PS
When I download short video it doesn't seem to do that, or unless is very random or based on length or size of vid.


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March 25, 2014 at 18:00:44
Assuming you ran MalwareBytes on it then also download this ADWCleaner file:
http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/dow...
(blue download icon near top). Save the file rather than running it then double click the saved file and do the Scan. This will show what it found and gives options about what to retain. Mostly it is safe to just run the Clean.

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks



#1
March 24, 2014 at 19:50:17
Uninstall completely the ad blocker.
Clear your browsers (History, Cookies, Temp Internet Folders, etc.).
Remove or disable most browser addons unless you know you need them.
Reset your browsers to delete cookies when you close them.
Reset your browsers to keep history for 2-3 days only.
Set your browsers to block pop ups except where you make exceptions.
Install. Update, and run Malwarebytes to remove malware (including trackers), update and run once a week for a while (once a month is often enough for most people) and whenever you suspect a problem.
Manually run Windows Update.
Reinstall Flash Player since it is needed for most of these videos and the latest version is best.
Do ALL of these and it should help a lot. Post back results.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.


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#2
March 25, 2014 at 09:01:50
Didn't work. It did remove this death lag when I turned on the Chrome.
Error is attacking browsers not computer.
mainly attacking Chrome.

I even uninstalled chrome and reinstalled it and RemmoveeAdsTuBBe was removed.

But wont work.

If I use a program to download youtube videos, video works fine.
But if I use a browser to download the video it does like the pic you saw, the hom effect.


if I load a webpage with videos in it, the browser freezes and says "kill page" "wait".

Even if I uninstall the browser and re install it, it wont solve it.

I deleted the flash thing as you said, no effects.
Flash is integrated in the browser.


The webpage works fine on firefox soo far.

Is like this cancer is plaguing Chrome and cannot be solves even if you delete and reinstall etc.


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#3
March 25, 2014 at 15:14:25
Update.

Seems (soo far is solved)
As soon I uninstalled firefox and reinstalled it. it seems problems are fixed.
Webpage with video can load without crashing.

Video soo far seems to play properly etc.

Was weird that probably the guilty one was firefox.

Didn't knew one browser can attack others.


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March 25, 2014 at 18:00:44
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Assuming you ran MalwareBytes on it then also download this ADWCleaner file:
http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/dow...
(blue download icon near top). Save the file rather than running it then double click the saved file and do the Scan. This will show what it found and gives options about what to retain. Mostly it is safe to just run the Clean.

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks


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#5
March 25, 2014 at 19:17:22
I does sound like you still have an infection. After running the Cleaner (#4 above), restart the machine in Safe Mode and run Malwarebytes again there. There, the program can remove more because the malware itself is less likely to be active so it will be easier to find and remove.

I did not say to uninstall flash player, I said to reinstall or install the newest version.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.


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