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problems:
1.when running youtube videos i get either "an error occured, please try again later" or just a black screen.
(i can run other videos on other sites cept for youtube vids)

2.Yahoo.com page is messy and jumbled :( so is youtube sometimes.

3. also cant login in yahoo messenger v10, when running troubleshooter i get:
possible problem w/ secure HTTP connections(HTTPS)

{Checking virtual IP servers...
[VIP Raw] Connecting to Virtual IP server 98.136.48.32... [PASSED]
[VIP Raw] Sending HTTP request to the server... [PASSED]
[VIP Raw] Receiving response... [PASSED]
[VIP Raw] Checking HTTP response code... [PASSED]
[VIP Raw] Parsing connection server IP address... [PASSED]
[VIP Raw] Connecting to Virtual IP server 67.195.186.241... [PASSED]
[VIP Raw] Sending HTTP request to the server... [PASSED]
[VIP Raw] Receiving response... [PASSED]
[VIP Raw] Checking HTTP response code... [PASSED]
[VIP Raw] Parsing connection server IP address... [PASSED]
[VIP Raw] PASSED *** 98.136.48.68 ***

Checking connection servers...
[CS Raw] Connecting to connection server port '5050'... [PASSED]
[CS Raw] Sending port check command... [PASSED]
[CS Raw] PASSED

Checking login servers...
[Login] Connecting to login server 124.108.120.31... [PASSED]
[Login] FAILED
*** 'COMPONENT_TYPE_WININET' value: '12031' *** }

4. and i usually cant access some sites and get either SSL errors or Error 330 (net::ERR_CONTENT_DECODING_FAILED): Unknown error.


-this happens on chrome,firefox and IE9, i usually use chrome, and ive been reinstalling and installing java and adobe flash. please help :(

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Assuming you are running Win7? Have you tried the same with a live Linux DVD/CD to see if it may be OS related?

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try to uninstall the browser are you using firefox or google chrome... try to uninstall it then install it back...

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certain antiviruses can cause this problem it is just inteference between the Av and you networking card(s) i would recommend changing antivirus to either AVAST! or AVGFREE as they are both effective and free

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Just for others' information.
It can be an OS bug.
This problem occurs because of a change that a cumulative security update for Internet Explorer made to the Urlmon.dll file. This change corrected a problem where some compressed files were not parsed correctly over a Security Sockets Layer (SSL) connection while the Do not save encrypted pages to a disk security option in Internet Explorer was selected.

To work around this problem, follow these steps:
On the Tools menu in Internet Explorer, click Internet Options.
Click the Advanced tab.
In the Settings box, scroll down to the Security section, and then make sure that the Do not save encrypted pages to a disk check box is not selected.
May be GZIP is not compatible with the browses. That can cause a similar issue.

Must include system information when do posting.

Thanks!

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