I cannot play any website videos (youtube.com, facebook game videos, etc.) using either Internet Explorer 9.0, Firefox or Google Chrome. In safe mode, there is no problem, only happens in normal startup mode. I can get around it by ending all svchost.exe local processes (5 running) and then the videos play without any problem. When I reboot my computer, the problem resurfaces and I need to end the svchost.exe processes again to get the videos to play. How can I fix this file/problem? I am running Windows VIsta Home Premium 32-bit edition but do not have the installation or upgrade disk and this was an Windows upgrade. Another tech suggested I run sfc /scannow at the admininstrator command prompt in safe mode, which I did, but it did not detect any problems and nothing was fixed. I ran Windows cleanup, defrag, virus scans, uninstalled flash player and reinstalled it, etc. but problem still not fixed. Please help!
How to fix svchost.exe local processes, stops videos from playing Vista 32-bit(10 posts)
I tried all of those items. My flash apparently wasn't fully updated but now it is but still it does not play videos even after rebooting. The only thing I don't feel confident enough to do is to find out which, if any, services which need to be disabled in order to play videos. I just don't know how to find the culprit. Help!
If it was me I would uninstall IE9 and reboot then try to see if you can watch a vid, the only reason I say this is because when I installed IE9 my cpu went into overdrive for no reason even when not using IE.
So I uninstalled it and everything went back to normal. Although this is just my opinion and it would really be a "test" at this stage.
I would uninstall IE9 http://windows.microsoft.com/e.....SignedIn=1
This will get you back to IE8 after reboot ( which you should do )
To be quite honest, I would not want IE as a browser so don't update it.
If you still have problems in FF then you need to update flashplayer
If this does not work, then you have another problem to be sure.
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