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New Video Drivers May Cause Problems With YouTube Content

Several weeks ago, Adobe issued an update to its popular Flash product, to V9.0.45.0. Last week, it updated Shockwave to V10.2.0.022. And recently, Apple updated QuickTime to V7.1.6.

If YouTube, and other video content providers, updated their content to use the new drivers, because of security concerns, and you didn't upgrade the corresponding drivers on your computer, you may be unable to play their content.

Upgrade, or suffer. You're better off upgrading, so your computer will remain as safe as possible.

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