#1
People of the pit,

I have a problem with the Youtube downloader, every time I try to download a video it comes up with a message saying "no flash video found"\

How can i fix this????
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#2
is this some sort of myth you are attempting to bust? .....


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#3
No it is not.....


yet
Come back if you want to
And remember who you are
‘Cause there's nothing here for you my dear
And everything must pass
#4
1. Flush only once. If it's not flushing the first time, don't flush again. This will cause more water to be pumped into the toilet bowl. If you let the water in the bowl sit for a while, it will usually drain at least a little bit, although it may be very slow.

2. Put on a pair of rubber gloves. Toilets are inherently unsanitary places to work, but a good pair of rubber cleaning gloves will protect you from the germs within.

3. Protect the floor. What's worse than a clogged toilet? An overflowing toilet. Prevent or stop overflow quickly to avoid a disgusting mess and damage to your house. Place newspapers on the floor. Minor splashes and spills are bound to occur when you're unclogging the toilet. Several layers of newspaper around the toilet will help protect your floor.


Dish Soap and Hot Water Method

1. Add a little dish soap (a few squirts) to the toilet. Be careful about using this method in an apartment complex, though.

2. Pour a pot or half a bucket of very hot water from about waist level into the bowl. The water should not be hotter than a hot tea you can drink comfortably, but not boiling. A little water won't work, you want to raise the temperature of the water passing around or pressing on the clog. Let that sit for a few minutes. If the water has not gone down, do it again or move on to the plunging method.

***Water weighs 8.35 pounds per gallon and the extra weight will help to clear the clog, or erode it away if some amount of water is getting through. But be very careful. Turn off the water supply to the tank and make sure the tank is empty before filling the bowl. If the bowl is full of water and the handle gets pushed, you will have a flood around your feet.***


Plunger Method

If you know there's an object (such as a child's toy) causing the clog, skip the plunging and go straight to another method.

1. Use the right plunger. It is important to use a large heavy-duty rubber plunger, either the ball-shaped type or one with a fold-out rubber flange on the bottom which forms a seal. Do not use the small cheap suction-cup type of plunger - these will often not work with toilets. Remember, the larger the plunger, the more force you can apply down into the clogged drain. The plunger should have a shape which ensures that the water you force out of it when you push down does not shoot back up into the toilet bowl instead of pushing into the drain. There is also the option of getting an integrated pump plunger which will use a jet of water to dislodge the blockage. One or two pumps with this type of plunger is usually sufficient for your average blockage.

2. Insert plunger into the bowl and press down firmly but slowly making sure you're covering the hole completely. The plunger should be submerged in water to be effective. Add water to the bowl if necessary. It is important to be pushing and pulling with water not air. Sharply pull up on the plunger to create suction in the drain, then push in to create pressure. Remember, the clog got jammed going in, so don't be too aggressive with your pushing because you might just jam it further. It is more the suction than the pressure, rocking back and forth, that constantly disturbs the clog in both directions that will gradually cause it to be loosened. If the plunging eventually drains the bowl but the clog is still blocking a free flow down the drain, leave the plunger in the bowl and fill the bowl with water again. Fill it to the point it is normally after a regular flush. Stubborn clogs might require you to do this a number of times.


Hope this helps.
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#6
How about this.

Maybe restart your computer? or use Realplayer 11 to do it.. It's fast and gives a good result.
But I'm betting it's just something that'll pass in a day or 2.. or just a restart.

Edit: shmikeyboy has the right idea.
There's a good chance that what I've written above is useless and if you take any of the advice it's your own fault.
#7
Quote by elekguit
1. Flush only once. If it's not flushing the first time, don't flush again. This will cause more water to be pumped into the toilet bowl. If you let the water in the bowl sit for a while, it will usually drain at least a little bit, although it may be very slow.

2. Put on a pair of rubber gloves. Toilets are inherently unsanitary places to work, but a good pair of rubber cleaning gloves will protect you from the germs within.

3. Protect the floor. What's worse than a clogged toilet? An overflowing toilet. Prevent or stop overflow quickly to avoid a disgusting mess and damage to your house. Place newspapers on the floor. Minor splashes and spills are bound to occur when you're unclogging the toilet. Several layers of newspaper around the toilet will help protect your floor.


Dish Soap and Hot Water Method

1. Add a little dish soap (a few squirts) to the toilet. Be careful about using this method in an apartment complex, though.

2. Pour a pot or half a bucket of very hot water from about waist level into the bowl. The water should not be hotter than a hot tea you can drink comfortably, but not boiling. A little water won't work, you want to raise the temperature of the water passing around or pressing on the clog. Let that sit for a few minutes. If the water has not gone down, do it again or move on to the plunging method.

***Water weighs 8.35 pounds per gallon and the extra weight will help to clear the clog, or erode it away if some amount of water is getting through. But be very careful. Turn off the water supply to the tank and make sure the tank is empty before filling the bowl. If the bowl is full of water and the handle gets pushed, you will have a flood around your feet.***


Plunger Method

If you know there's an object (such as a child's toy) causing the clog, skip the plunging and go straight to another method.

1. Use the right plunger. It is important to use a large heavy-duty rubber plunger, either the ball-shaped type or one with a fold-out rubber flange on the bottom which forms a seal. Do not use the small cheap suction-cup type of plunger - these will often not work with toilets. Remember, the larger the plunger, the more force you can apply down into the clogged drain. The plunger should have a shape which ensures that the water you force out of it when you push down does not shoot back up into the toilet bowl instead of pushing into the drain. There is also the option of getting an integrated pump plunger which will use a jet of water to dislodge the blockage. One or two pumps with this type of plunger is usually sufficient for your average blockage.

2. Insert plunger into the bowl and press down firmly but slowly making sure you're covering the hole completely. The plunger should be submerged in water to be effective. Add water to the bowl if necessary. It is important to be pushing and pulling with water not air. Sharply pull up on the plunger to create suction in the drain, then push in to create pressure. Remember, the clog got jammed going in, so don't be too aggressive with your pushing because you might just jam it further. It is more the suction than the pressure, rocking back and forth, that constantly disturbs the clog in both directions that will gradually cause it to be loosened. If the plunging eventually drains the bowl but the clog is still blocking a free flow down the drain, leave the plunger in the bowl and fill the bowl with water again. Fill it to the point it is normally after a regular flush. Stubborn clogs might require you to do this a number of times.


Hope this helps.

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#8
I used Realplayer, allowing me to right click on my target video I wished to acquire, and then clicking "Download to Realplayer". With the new Firefox update however (the one with porn mode) this function no longer works as it's incompatible with Realplayer. Anyone got a solution for this?
#9
Use Orbit downloader.

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I wrote this story so many days ago
and the words kept falling onto pages.
Without the loss we can't go on
and with the loss we became strong.

#11
Enter the URL for the page the video is on into www.file2hd.com and then select video and go. Allows you to download the video from the page.