|Better straighten up a few little terminology things: |
ISP is your Internet Service Provider - some firm or other that provides your internet.
What you use to browse the internet is your Browser, could be Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, or whatever. Which you use is just a matter of personal choice. As far as I recall Microsoft Internet Explorer is provided by default in XP but folk often prefer to use something else, keeping IE for just MS Windows Updates and the like. After 8 April 2014 there will be no IE security updates so after that using another browser is sensible.
As your YouTube is OK in Internet Explorer and not in Chrome, then this is pointing to an issue in your Chrome browser. I would first run Chrome without extensions (add-ons). See the Chrome bit here:
If it works then it would point to some conflicting issue with an extension. Using the above procedure you might be able to determine which particular extension is the culprit.
If it still plays up with all extensions disabled then uninstall, re-install Chrome is about the only option.
When you get this fixed I can, if you wish, provide a couple of links to ideas I created about making XP more secure when security updates cease.
Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks
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