Upload Failed: An unknown error occurred.
I tried many different files, including my own (so, that is NOT a copyright problem).
I tried different browsers (so, it is NOT caused by a specific browser, like usually Firefox is blamed).
I deleted all cookies and temp. files. No use. So, that stuff is NOT the reason.
I tried "multiupload" (http://uk.youtube.com/my_videos_multiupload) - no use. The (first) file stays on 0% and never really starts uploading. So, problem is NOT concerning only the single file upload - it is more... general.
I use windows XP Professional version 2002, Service pack 2. (I don't think it is relevant, though.)
Shortly, I don't think the reason for this issue is on my side.
Google team - Please, help, do something! I'm not the only one. As I noticed, the same problem have occured many times in the past, and has already been solved by you. Now it's here again, and this time the guy in trouble is me.
Best regards, Vlad.
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