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7/13/09
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how to enable windows media plug ins in chrome

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wár17 §
7/13/09
wár17 §
If you get a request for plugin, click install Plugin

If no joy, install the latest version of Windows media plugin from Chrome.
ikyle
3/15/10
ikyle
dead link
paul.blaauw
7/15/10
paul.blaauw
This didn't work for me. The page at http://www.bp.com/sectionbodycopy.do?categoryId=9034366&contentId=7063636 shows one panel randomly every time I reload, that says "waiting for video", the rest all say "Missing Plug-In". In Firefox, they all just say "waiting for video" even though I installed the Windows Media Player plug-in for that. If I load the page in IE, eventually, it crashes because it sucks up all my memory, even if I pop out one video and close the page with ALL the videos. (even though I have 3GB of RAM.)
Alexandar Nk
8/9/10
Alexandar Nk
didn't work for me. something is wrong i installed 3 times and on refresh it says that i dont have the plugin ?!!?!? AGAIN ?!!?? whats the deal ? (restart 2 times) chears
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Gabriela Sigcho
9/15/13
Gabriela Sigcho
thanks!!!! It was very useful!!
 
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